Neuroscience Institute

Clinical Trials

The USF Health NSI is committed to bridging innovative discoveries in research to treatments that directly impact patients. Clinical Trials, also known as Translational Research, are strictly supervised and guided by protocols that meet rigorous safety standards of the University and any sponsoring industry companies.

There are strong ethical considerations which our faculty routinely discuss prior to enrolling any potential study into the NSIā€”and before any patient is recruited. Regardless of what we offer, patients should be aware of their rights and expectations. For a list of general clinical trial questions you and your family should consider, please click here.

Clinical Trials are typically administered by a team that includes a clinician (e.g. physician), support staff (e.g. nurses, coordinators, etc.) and sometimes, a bench researcher. At the USF Health NSI, we are currently offering clinical trials that cover a range of diseases. For a list of trials and information on enrollment, please click on the box below that best describes your concern.


Back Pain

Back Pain

Including spinal deformities and traumatic injuries

Psychological Disorders

Psychological Disorders

Including depression and stress

Parkinson's

Movement Disorders

Including Parkinson's and tremors

Seizures

Seizures

Including epilepsy

Memory Loss

Memory Loss

Including Alzheimer's and dementia