About Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

We have a diverse portfolio of clinical trials for Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. In fact, we have been involved with testing nearly every drug on the market for Parkinson’s.

Clinical Trials: Vital to Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Care

Clinical trials expand our knowledge and unlock new treatments. Trials provide critical information to scientists, physicians, and patients.

Clinical Trials at Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center

PICC hosts a variety of clinical trials including those for FDA treatments, devices and technology, nutritional compounds, biomarkers, genetics, and natural history studies.

Access a list of our current clinical trials.

What You Should Know About Volunteering for a Trial

Thank you for your interest in contributing to clinical trials. Here’s what you should know about volunteering for a trial:

  • You do not need to be a patient of Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center to participate in a clinical trial.
  • You and your insurance will not be billed for clinical trial-related visits or procedures.
  • Participation in a clinical trial will require your personal commitment of time and effort.

Take the next step if you or someone you know is interested in participating in a trial.

Center of Excellence

The Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center is designated as one of 45 worldwide Centers of Excellence for Parkinson’s treatment and research. This is a distinction awarded by the Parkinson’s Foundation.

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