Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) strives to give patients with neurological conditions the ability to get cutting edge treatment through clinical research trials. For patients who often find that they do not have access to the comprehensive care, support, and resources they need, these resources are critical.
Since its inception in 1988, CNI has served as a non-profit organization that provides research support to physicians and medical staff wishing to engage in neuroscience research. In partnership with distinguished physicians, CNI is engaged in research across a full spectrum of neurological disorders, including stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders, neurosurgery, hearing disorders, multiple sclerosis, headaches and more.
The Colorado Neurological Institute provides resources for all levels of research activities, including research coordination, grant writing and administration, statistical analysis and regulatory compliance. CNI participates in clinical trials of potentially beneficial drugs, surgical treatments, devices and therapies. Such opportunities, which are not available at most health care facilities, often provide patients with the only options for potential improvement of their conditions. CNI also provides the resources to support innovative new research ideas that are generated by affiliated physicians.
Are you interested in participating in a study? CNI offers the following study categories:
ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Humanitarian Use Devices (HUDs)
Other Movement Disorders