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Neurology

Neurology

Innate and Adaptive Immune Cell Mechanisms in Multiple Sclerosis

The purpose of this study is to measure how cells in the blood and/or cerebrospinal fluid (if applicable) respond to factors associated with brain injury. The overall goal is to help develop new and better drugs for decreasing brain injury.

  • Condition: Brain injury, multiple sclerosis
  • Sponsor: Canada Research Chair Program (CIHR): Neuroscience and Brain Repair
  • Location: Saint John Regional Hospital
  • Horizon Principal Investigator: Dr. Gregg MacLean
  • To participate, call the research coordinator at: 506-649-2851 and refer to study file #10331

AboLiSh: International, Multicentre, Observational, Prospective, Longitudinal Study to Assess the Effectiveness of AboBoNT-A Injections for Adult Lower Limb Spasticity in a Real Life Cohort

The purpose of this researchwith or without upper limb spasticity) are treated in real life with abobotulinumto study is to better understand how patients suffering from lower limb spasticity (xin A (e.g. which muscles are injected, what doses are used, if physical therapy is in place).  The study will look at the treatment goals you set with your doctor and how these are achieved over the study period, and will also evaluate how your disease and the treatment you receive impact your quality of life.

  • Condition: Adult Lower Limb Spasticity
  • WebsiteNCT04050527
  • Sponsor: Ipsen
  • Location: Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation
  • Horizon Principal Investigator: Dr. Colleen O'Connell
  • To participate, call the research coordinator at: 506-471-9924       and refer to study file #100598
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