Clinical Research

Clinical Trials

We participate in a number of clinical trials of novel drug therapies in MS, which include both phase II and phase III studies. A phase II study is typically only 6 to 10 months in duration, whereas a phase III study is a large multi-center clinical trial requiring a typical patient commitment of two years.

To inquire about participating in an ongoing clinical trial at the Judith Jaffe MS Center, please call our research coordinator at 646-962-5736.

National Institutes of Health List of Clinical Trials

National Multiple Sclerosis Society List of Clinical Trials

Alternative and Complimentary Medicine Trials

Clinical and MRI database

The MRI database is a large-scale initiative to develop and evaluate novel methods to use MRI as a biomarker in multiple sclerosis. This is a collaborative effort with a team consisting of neuroradiologists, computer scientists, physicists, and clinicians from the MS Center. This project will allow us to gain more insight into MS by tracking various pathological changes over time. With the implementation of novel MRI algorithms, investigators will be able to identify the specific variables associated with the progression of the disease as well as facilitate the collection of longitudinal data on treatment.

The Judith Jaffe Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Database is supported by the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) at Weill Cornell Medical College. It is a secure web based application (REDCap) designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies. This database allows investigators to correlate clinical and epidemiological variables to specific MRI features of the disease. The overall goal is to combine the data from the clinical and MRI databases to further our understanding of the disease course, validate novel MRI biomarkers, and to create treatment algorithms based upon predictive modeling.

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