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ONC201 in H3 K27M-mutant Diffuse Glioma Following Radiotherapy (the ACTION Study)
Chimerix H3 K27M Glioma
This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, international, Phase 3 study in patients with newly diagnosed H3 K27M-mutant diffuse glioma to assess whether treatment with ONC201 following frontline radiotherapy will extend overall survival and progression-free survival in... expand

This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, international, Phase 3 study in patients with newly diagnosed H3 K27M-mutant diffuse glioma to assess whether treatment with ONC201 following frontline radiotherapy will extend overall survival and progression-free survival in this population. Eligible participants will have histologically diagnosed H3 K27M-mutant diffuse glioma and have completed standard frontline radiotherapy.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jan 2023

open study

HIP Fracture Accelerated Surgical TreaTment And Care tracK 2 Trial
Population Health Research Institute Hip Fractures Myocardial Injury
The HIP ATTACK-2 trial is a multicentre, international, parallel group randomized controlled trial to determine whether accelerated surgery for hip fracture in patients with acute myocardial injury is superior to standard care in reducing death at 90 days after randomization. The trial will also assess... expand

The HIP ATTACK-2 trial is a multicentre, international, parallel group randomized controlled trial to determine whether accelerated surgery for hip fracture in patients with acute myocardial injury is superior to standard care in reducing death at 90 days after randomization. The trial will also assess secondary outcomes at 90 days after randomization: inability to independently walk 3 metres, time to first mobilization (first standing and first full weight bear), composite and individual assessment of major complications (e.g., mortality, non-fatal myocardial infarction, acute congestive heart failure, and stroke), delirium, length of stay, pain, and quality of life.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Nov 2021

open study

LITT Followed by Hypofractionated RT for Recurrent Gliomas
University of Maryland, Baltimore Glioblastoma Brain Tumor Glioma Neoplasms
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the treatment regimen of using Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy (LITT) and Hypo-fractionated Radiation Therapy to treat patients with recurrent gliomas. expand

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the treatment regimen of using Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy (LITT) and Hypo-fractionated Radiation Therapy to treat patients with recurrent gliomas.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jan 2020

open study

The ROle of Compression StocKings in Heart Failure Patients
University of Maryland, Baltimore Heart Failureļ¼ŒCongestive Leg Edema Venous Insufficiency Venous Ulcers
Congestive heart failure (CHF) occurs when the heart is weak and not able to effectively pump blood to the body. One of the common manifestations of CHF is fluid overload and swelling of the legs. Diuretics or "water pills" are usually the treatment for fluid overload and leg swelling; however, in... expand

Congestive heart failure (CHF) occurs when the heart is weak and not able to effectively pump blood to the body. One of the common manifestations of CHF is fluid overload and swelling of the legs. Diuretics or "water pills" are usually the treatment for fluid overload and leg swelling; however, in some patients' diuretics are no longer effective or the effectiveness is limited due to poor kidney function. The presence of chronic swelling of the legs could potentially damage the veins; additionally, it could lead to chronic skin changes in the legs and in the worst cases to a leg ulcer. Compression stockings are used in patients with venous diseases to reduce the swelling of the legs and improve mobility and quality of life. Although, there is a theoretical risk that compression stockings might push the fluid of the legs back to the heart and lungs worsening the CHF. The purpose of this study is to determine whether the use of knee-high tight socks (tight stockings with strong compression) vs. knee-high soft socks (soft stockings with minimum compression) are effective in preventing swelling and skin changes and safe in patients with CHF. During the first visit (in-person) a routine medical test will be performed including blood tests, review of the medication doses, current weight, an ultrasound images of the veins, (venous reflux ultrasound), questions about health status and a brief physical exam. The participants will be randomly assigned to receive tight compression vs. soft compression socks. Participants will be asked to wear the socks at least 8 hours a day for 5 days a week. There will be a total of 3 virtual visit (by video or telephone); the first one after one week, then after one month and two months. During the virtual visit participants will be asked about symptoms, current medications and doses, and current weight. The participants are expected to return to the clinic after 3 months for a second in-person visit. During this visit the investigators will ask questions about participant's health, they will perform a brief physical exam of their legs, and check participants weight and medicines; also, a venous ultrasound of the legs, questions about health status will be performed. The duration of the study is 3 months.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jan 2024

open study

Diaphragm Structure and Function in Children
University of Maryland, Baltimore Respiratory Muscle Training
The purpose of this research is to study the feasibility of a specific training program for the breathing muscles (inspiratory muscle training) and the effects on how breathing is regulated during exercise in typically developing children. expand

The purpose of this research is to study the feasibility of a specific training program for the breathing muscles (inspiratory muscle training) and the effects on how breathing is regulated during exercise in typically developing children.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Mar 2024

open study

Incomplete Cervical SCI Without Instability
AO Foundation, AO Spine Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
A multicenter, international, prospective, observational case series patient cohort with incomplete cervical SCI without instability will be enrolled to obtain information and data that could inform the feasibility of administering a set of additional core and optional outcome assessments in cervical... expand

A multicenter, international, prospective, observational case series patient cohort with incomplete cervical SCI without instability will be enrolled to obtain information and data that could inform the feasibility of administering a set of additional core and optional outcome assessments in cervical SCI patients to capture the aspects of neurologic impairment. Baseline, intraoperative, and postoperative characteristics, including demographics, injury details, treatment details, neurological assessments, gait and balance assessments and upper extremity assessments, will be recorded for adult patients.

Type: Observational

Start Date: Dec 2023

open study

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to Optimize Post-Operative Recovery Trial
McMaster University Pain, Postoperative Pain, Acute Pain, Chronic Fractures, Closed Fractures, Open
Psychological factors such as stress, distress, anxiety, depression, and poor coping strategies may be associated with ongoing pain following injuries such as fractures. To study this relationship, patients will undergo cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is designed to modify such thoughts... expand

Psychological factors such as stress, distress, anxiety, depression, and poor coping strategies may be associated with ongoing pain following injuries such as fractures. To study this relationship, patients will undergo cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is designed to modify such thoughts with the goal of reducing ongoing pain and improving quality of life. The goal of this study is to determine if CBT, versus usual care, reduces the prevalence of moderate to severe persistent post-surgical pain (PPSP) over 12-months post-fracture in patients with an open or closed fracture of the appendicular skeleton, treated with internal fixation.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jan 2021

open study

Impact of Bromocriptine on Clinical Outcomes for Peripartum Cardiomyopathy
Dennis M. McNamara, MD, MS Peripartum Cardiomyopathy, Postpartum
The study will enroll 200 women newly diagnosed with peripartum cardiomyopathy within 5 months postpartum in a randomized placebo controlled trial of bromocriptine therapy to evaluate its impact on myocardial recovery and clinical outcomes. Given that bromocriptine prevents breastfeeding, an additional... expand

The study will enroll 200 women newly diagnosed with peripartum cardiomyopathy within 5 months postpartum in a randomized placebo controlled trial of bromocriptine therapy to evaluate its impact on myocardial recovery and clinical outcomes. Given that bromocriptine prevents breastfeeding, an additional 50 women with peripartum cardiomyopathy excluded from the trial due to a desire to continue breastfeeding but meeting all other entry criteria will be followed in an observational cohort.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jul 2022

open study

ICG Fluorescence Imaging in Open Fracture Trauma Patients
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Trauma Injury
This is a prospective observational study that will evaluate the association between bone and tissue perfusion, as measured by indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence imaging, and complications, in an effort to develop ICG fluorescence imaging as a diagnostic tool to quantitatively guide operative debridement. expand

This is a prospective observational study that will evaluate the association between bone and tissue perfusion, as measured by indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence imaging, and complications, in an effort to develop ICG fluorescence imaging as a diagnostic tool to quantitatively guide operative debridement.

Type: Observational [Patient Registry]

Start Date: Oct 2020

open study

Blood Donor CVD 5000
University of Maryland, Baltimore Risk Reduction
This is an open-label, non-randomized study. Volunteers will be vaccinated with the typhoid oral vaccine, Vivotif. Vivotif has been licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for travelers to developing countries. Volunteers will also be asked to provide blood, saliva, and stool specimens... expand

This is an open-label, non-randomized study. Volunteers will be vaccinated with the typhoid oral vaccine, Vivotif. Vivotif has been licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for travelers to developing countries. Volunteers will also be asked to provide blood, saliva, and stool specimens over a follow-up time period of up to eight years. The specimens obtained in this clinical research study will be used to further the investigator's understanding of the protective immunological mechanisms that can be elicited systemically and may be applicable to other enteric pathogens.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jan 2004

open study

APOL1 Long-term Kidney Transplantation Outcomes Network (APOLLO)
Wake Forest University Health Sciences Kidney Diseases Kidney Failure Kidney Disease, Chronic
The APOLLO study is being done in an attempt to improve outcomes after kidney transplantation and to improve the safety of living kidney donation based upon variation in the apolipoprotein L1 gene (APOL1). Genes control what is inherited from a family, such as eye color or blood type. Variation in... expand

The APOLLO study is being done in an attempt to improve outcomes after kidney transplantation and to improve the safety of living kidney donation based upon variation in the apolipoprotein L1 gene (APOL1). Genes control what is inherited from a family, such as eye color or blood type. Variation in APOL1 can cause kidney disease. African Americans, Afro-Caribbeans, Hispanic Blacks, and Africans are more likely to have the APOL1 gene variants that cause kidney disease. APOLLO will test DNA from kidney donors and recipients of kidney transplants for APOL1 to determine effects on kidney transplant-related outcomes.

Type: Observational

Start Date: May 2019

open study

Traditional Versus Early Aggressive Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis Trial
Johns Hopkins University Multiple Sclerosis, Relapsing-Remitting
FDA-approved multiple sclerosis (MS) disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) target the relapsing phase of MS but have minimal impact once the progressive phase has begun. It is unclear if, in the relapsing phase, there is an advantage of early aggressive therapy with respect to preventing long-term disability.... expand

FDA-approved multiple sclerosis (MS) disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) target the relapsing phase of MS but have minimal impact once the progressive phase has begun. It is unclear if, in the relapsing phase, there is an advantage of early aggressive therapy with respect to preventing long-term disability. The infectious risks and other complications associated with higher-efficacy treatments highlight the need to quantify their effectiveness in preventing disability. The TRaditional versus Early Aggressive Therapy for MS (TREAT-MS) trial is a pragmatic, randomized controlled trial that has two primary aims: 1) to evaluate, jointly and independently among patients deemed at higher risk vs. lower risk for disability accumulation, whether an "early aggressive" therapy approach, versus starting with a traditional, first-line therapy, influences the intermediate-term risk of disability, and 2) to evaluate if, among patients deemed at lower risk for disability who start on first-line MS therapies but experience breakthrough disease, those who switch to a higher-efficacy versus a new first-line therapy have different intermediate-term risk of disability.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: May 2018

open study

Differing Levels of Hypoglycemia
University of Maryland, Baltimore Hypoglycemia
Hypoglycemia can produce a spectrum of pro-inflammatory and pro-atherothrombotic changes. To date no studies appear to have investigated the effects of differing levels of hypoglycemia on the vasculature and pro-atherothrombotic balance during hypoglycemia in healthy man. The specific aim of our study... expand

Hypoglycemia can produce a spectrum of pro-inflammatory and pro-atherothrombotic changes. To date no studies appear to have investigated the effects of differing levels of hypoglycemia on the vasculature and pro-atherothrombotic balance during hypoglycemia in healthy man. The specific aim of our study will be to determine the effects of differing levels of hypoglycemia on in-vivo vascular biologic mechanisms in a healthy population.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jul 2015

open study

Hypoglycemia Associated Autonomic Failure in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (DM)
University of Maryland, Baltimore Type 1 Diabetes Hypoglycemia Associated Autonomic Failure
Exercise is a cornerstone of diabetes management. It helps reduce blood pressure, promote weight loss, lower insulin resistance and improve glucose and lipid (triglyceride and HDL-cholesterol) profiles. Unfortunately, the benefits of exercise are often not embraced by diabetic individuals because... expand

Exercise is a cornerstone of diabetes management. It helps reduce blood pressure, promote weight loss, lower insulin resistance and improve glucose and lipid (triglyceride and HDL-cholesterol) profiles. Unfortunately, the benefits of exercise are often not embraced by diabetic individuals because of the fear of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). My laboratory has demonstrated that Autonomic nervous system (ANS) counterregulatory failure plays an important role in exercise associated hypoglycemia in Type 1 DM. ANS responses are significantly reduced in Type 1 DM and are further blunted by antecedent episodes of hypoglycemia. Furthermore, there is a large sexual dimorphism of reduced ANS responses during submaximal exercise in both Type 1 DM and healthy individuals that is unexplained. Accumulating data are demonstrating that serotonergic pathways can regulate ANS discharge. Generally, serotonergic pathways are inhibitory but both single and longer term administration of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI's) such as Prozac has been demonstrated to increase basal epinephrine levels and enhance baroreflex control of Sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity. What is unknown is whether fluoxetine can also enhance SNS responses and also override the large ANS sexual dimorphism present during sub maximal exercise. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to determine if the SSRI fluoxetine (Prozac) can improve SNS responses during exercise.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Oct 2012

open study

CT TAVR Abdomen Study
University of Maryland, Baltimore Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
A standard polyenergetic CT (computed tomography) procedure utilizes 100 ml of iodinated contrast. A recent world-wide shortage of iodine based intravenous contrast has highlighted the need to search for alternative methods or doses. Reducing iodinated IV contrast dose can mitigate IV contrast supply... expand

A standard polyenergetic CT (computed tomography) procedure utilizes 100 ml of iodinated contrast. A recent world-wide shortage of iodine based intravenous contrast has highlighted the need to search for alternative methods or doses. Reducing iodinated IV contrast dose can mitigate IV contrast supply shortages and enable significant cost savings for the radiology practice and hospital system. In addition, decreased IV contrast dose can potentially reduce the rate of acute kidney injury, specifically in patients with decreased renal function. The purpose of the study is to determine whether low IV contrast dose CT with monoenergetic reconstruction can be use for presurgical planning of transcatheter valve replacement (TAVR) procedure.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Sep 2023

open study

Emergency Preservation and Resuscitation (EPR) for Cardiac Arrest From Trauma
University of Maryland, Baltimore Cardiac Arrest From Trauma
The goal of this study is to rapidly cool trauma victims who have suffered cardiac arrest from bleeding with a flush of ice-cold sodium chloride to preserve the patient to enable surgical control of bleeding, followed by delayed resuscitation with cardiopulmonary bypass. expand

The goal of this study is to rapidly cool trauma victims who have suffered cardiac arrest from bleeding with a flush of ice-cold sodium chloride to preserve the patient to enable surgical control of bleeding, followed by delayed resuscitation with cardiopulmonary bypass.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Oct 2016

open study

Partners in Children's Health (CSN): A Randomized Trial of an Attachment Based Intervention
University of Maryland, Baltimore Respiratory Disease Inflammation Insufficient Sleep Digestive Disease Skin Conditions
The goal of this randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the impacts of an attachment-based intervention (Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) and Home Book-of-the-Week (HBOW) program on emerging health outcomes (i.e., common childhood illnesses, body mass index, and sleep) in low-income Latino... expand

The goal of this randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the impacts of an attachment-based intervention (Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) and Home Book-of-the-Week (HBOW) program on emerging health outcomes (i.e., common childhood illnesses, body mass index, and sleep) in low-income Latino children (N=260; 9 months at enrollment). It is hypothesized that children randomized to ABC will have better health outcomes in comparison to the HBOW control group.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Oct 2023

open study

Anticoagulation for New-Onset Post-Operative Atrial Fibrillation After CABG
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Atrial Fibrillation Stroke Bleeding
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness (prevention of thromboembolic events) and safety (major bleeding) of adding oral anticoagulation (OAC) to background antiplatelet therapy in patients who develop new-onset post-operative atrial fibrillation (POAF) after isolated... expand

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness (prevention of thromboembolic events) and safety (major bleeding) of adding oral anticoagulation (OAC) to background antiplatelet therapy in patients who develop new-onset post-operative atrial fibrillation (POAF) after isolated coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery. All patients with a qualifying POAF event, who decline randomization, will be offered the option of enrollment in a parallel registry that captures their baseline risk profile and their treatment strategy in terms of anticoagulants or antiplatelets received. These patients will also be asked to fill out a brief decliner survey.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Dec 2019

open study

Targeting Emotion Dysregulation to Reduce Suicide in People With Psychosis
University of Maryland, Baltimore Psychosis Suicide
People with psychotic disorders are excluded from most suicide-focused clinical trials despite incredibly high rates of completed suicide, and interventions that have been tested for this population have shown limited impact on suicide. Emotion dysregulation is a significant suicidogenic factor that... expand

People with psychotic disorders are excluded from most suicide-focused clinical trials despite incredibly high rates of completed suicide, and interventions that have been tested for this population have shown limited impact on suicide. Emotion dysregulation is a significant suicidogenic factor that is understudied in people with psychotic disorders. The investigators propose to implement and evaluate an intervention targeting emotion dysregulation in people with psychotic disorders while employing rigorous statistical modeling and measurement techniques including Ecological Momentary Assessment, which will support future advanced research on suicide and suicide prevention for this high-risk group.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Dec 2022

open study

Glucagon-like Peptide-1 in Type 1 Diabetes
University of Maryland, Baltimore Type1 Diabetes Mellitus
The hypotheses to be tested in this application is: GLP-1 will acutely protect arterial endothelial function and reduce pro-atherothrombotic and pro-coagulant effects of repeated hypoglycemia in T1DM. expand

The hypotheses to be tested in this application is: GLP-1 will acutely protect arterial endothelial function and reduce pro-atherothrombotic and pro-coagulant effects of repeated hypoglycemia in T1DM.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jun 2020

open study

Consortium for Optimized Integration of Bio-Artificial Blood Components for Adaptive Resuscitation Therapy
University of Maryland, Baltimore Hemorrhage Hemodynamic Instability
There is need for a whole blood analog for use when banked blood is unavailable or undesirable. In civilian trauma, hemorrhage accounts for ~ 35% of pre-hospital deaths; moreover, ~ 20% of military casualties are in hemorrhagic shock on arrival to field hospitals and an additional 5% require urgent... expand

There is need for a whole blood analog for use when banked blood is unavailable or undesirable. In civilian trauma, hemorrhage accounts for ~ 35% of pre-hospital deaths; moreover, ~ 20% of military casualties are in hemorrhagic shock on arrival to field hospitals and an additional 5% require urgent transfusion. A recent review concluded that hemorrhage accounted for ~ 90% of potentially survivable battlefield deaths - lives that could be saved with better hemorrhage control capabilities and improved, field-ready blood, blood components, or blood substitutes. While study of ideal composition for resuscitative fluids is ongoing, it is evident that for those in hemorrhagic shock, volume replenishment alone (without O2 carrying capacity) is insufficient. Alternatively, with massive blood loss or with ongoing bleeding from non-compressible injuries, resuscitation with an O2 carrier alone may be complicated by acquired coagulopathy (either dilutional or trauma-induced). Development of a balanced resuscitation fluid that treats both shock and coagulopathy (comprising a field-deployable O2 carrier with lyophilized humoral hemostatic components and platelets) is essential to allow on-scene treatment during the critical 'golden-hours' after injury. As such, the whole blood analog described herein could be this product, thus transforming care in both civilian and military settings.The scientific purpose of this study is to develop a combined whole blood substitute from individual artificial prototypes that have been separately developed for each blood component (i.e., combining an artificial oxygen carrier, with an artificial plasma analogue and an artificial platelet analogue). Together, these combined components will recapitulate the composition and performance of natural whole blood. Blending and combination experiments of the individual artificial prototypes will be performed to test compatibility and optimize efficacy. State of the art in vitro (bench top) assays will be performed to assess physicochemical and functional performance (hemodynamics, oxygen delivery, hemostasis), with data being compared to experiments performed on fresh and stored whole blood.

Type: Observational

Start Date: Apr 2023

open study

PKD Clinical and Translational Core Study
University of Maryland, Baltimore Polycystic Kidney Disease
Advances in our understanding of the pathogenesis of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) have opened up possibilities of new therapies to prevent disease progression. High quality clinical investigations in patients with ADPKD, however, pose significant challenges to investigators... expand

Advances in our understanding of the pathogenesis of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) have opened up possibilities of new therapies to prevent disease progression. High quality clinical investigations in patients with ADPKD, however, pose significant challenges to investigators including limited access to patients with ADPKD,insufficient guidance by experienced investigators and lack of resources to conduct these studies. The Polycystic Kidney Disease Research Clinical and Translational Core (P30) aims to establish an infrastructure that will assist investigators in designing and conducting highest quality clinical and translational research focused on a diverse group of patients with ADPKD. Objective 1: To establish a Mid-Atlantic cohort of ADPKD patients (N=350) with baseline clinical phenotyping performed at the General Clinical Research Unit of the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Objective 2: To establish a state-of-the-art biobank of specimens from the ADPKD cohort including serum, plasma,urine and DNA. Objective 3: To develop a collaborative network of physicians and practices in the Mid-Atlantic region who will contribute to the ADPKD cohort and will be willing to refer patients for future studies and trials. Objective 4: To establish a web-based registry of ADPKD patients in the Mid-Atlantic area.

Type: Observational [Patient Registry]

Start Date: Mar 2013

open study

Safety and Suitability of Supplementing Early MIP Surgery (MIPS) of ICH With Pioglitazone
University of Maryland, Baltimore Intracerebral Haemorrhage, Intraventricular
This is an exploratory single-center prospective study of 20 subjects with primary basal ganglia ICH who will receive early MIPS in combination with perioperative pioglitazone treatment. Outcomes will be compared to matched subjects with basal ganglia ICH who undergo MIPS alone as part of the ENRICH... expand

This is an exploratory single-center prospective study of 20 subjects with primary basal ganglia ICH who will receive early MIPS in combination with perioperative pioglitazone treatment. Outcomes will be compared to matched subjects with basal ganglia ICH who undergo MIPS alone as part of the ENRICH trial. This study will take approximately two years to complete.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: May 2023

open study

Luteolin for the Treatment of People With Schizophrenia
University of Maryland, Baltimore Schizophrenia Schizoaffective Disorder
Luteolin is a natural product found in foods such as celery, green pepper, parsley, and chamomile tea. It has been found to have anti-cancer, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. The purpose of this study is to determine if luteolin helps improve symptoms of schizophrenia. expand

Luteolin is a natural product found in foods such as celery, green pepper, parsley, and chamomile tea. It has been found to have anti-cancer, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. The purpose of this study is to determine if luteolin helps improve symptoms of schizophrenia.

Type: Interventional

Start Date: Jun 2022

open study

ROSE-Longitudinal Assessment With Neuroimaging
University of Cincinnati Intracerebral Hemorrhage
The investigators will perform follow-up on 250 of 500 cases recruited into the ROSE study of cases with deep and lobar intracerebral hemorrhage to perform advanced neuroimaging at 12-24 months post stroke, and evaluations of motor and cognitive function at baseline, 6 months after baseline, and 12... expand

The investigators will perform follow-up on 250 of 500 cases recruited into the ROSE study of cases with deep and lobar intracerebral hemorrhage to perform advanced neuroimaging at 12-24 months post stroke, and evaluations of motor and cognitive function at baseline, 6 months after baseline, and 12 months after baseline to determine predictors of recovery, progressive cognitive or functional impairment. The investigators propose to leverage the recruitment, DNA, RNA-seq and baseline advanced neuroimaging cohort of ROSE to obtain long-term neuroimaging and identical assessments longitudinally to address critical questions regarding the progressive decline of patients 12 to 24 months post intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) with long term cognitive follow-up to 36 months on average. This proposal would represent the largest, and longest advanced neuroimaging and RNA-sequencing evaluation after ICH to date.

Type: Observational

Start Date: Sep 2020

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