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North Alabama Neuroscience Research Associates, based in The Clinic for Neurology in Huntsville, is an active partner with over twenty pharmaceutical companies. Together, through a variety of collaborative research studies, we are continuously searching for a better understanding of neurological diseases that affect patients and for the development of new therapies. We have participated in over seventy clinical trials, many of which have definitely contributed to the approval of medications and shown real improvement in hundreds of patients' lives.

A clinical study is carefully designed to test the effects of a medication, medical treatment or device on a group of volunteers. Clinical studies are an important step in making new medications available. They measure the drug's ability to treat a condition, its safety and its possible side effects.*

People with the condition being studied can be referred by you to participate in a study. Each study has specific requirements such as age, sex, or medical condition for participants. We will review each patient's medical history and the study requirements to determine who can participate. Qualified participants will receive all study-related care at no charge, including study medication.

Partnering to deliver success

We are now enrolling participants in studies to evaluate medications for:

Seizure Disorder
Alzheimer's Disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Migraine Headaches
Parkinson's Disease
Neuropathic Pain
Post-Shingles Pain

If you would like more information about possibly referring a patient, please, contact one of our physicians or clinical study coordinators.

To find out about our Research Staff, click here.


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