Mayo Clinic offers dozens of clinical trials for epilepsy and other neurological disorders that are open to participants for enrollment.
Part of Mayo Clinic's commitment to its patients involves conducting medical research that can help people live longer, healthier lives. Clinical trials are research studies that involve volunteer participants. These human studies help physician-scientists better understand, diagnose, treat and prevent diseases and conditions.
Mayo Clinic's clinical trials related to epilepsy include studies of new drugs in development, neurostimulation, surgical interventions, and imaging techniques and many more.
Mayo Clinic also has thousands of other active clinical trials and research studies, and it coordinates national clinical trials with other medical institutions.
The BNE NIH-sponsored Brain Initiative Public Private Partnership has finished the preclinical work in naturally occurring canine epilepsy and now has launched a first-in-human Food and Drug Administration IDE study.
Additional epilepsy studies at Mayo Clinic can be found here: