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We are assisting researchers in gathering information that may contribute to scientific and medical knowledge.  We do not endorse these studies, but simply provide this information as a courtesy to parents and researchers. If you would like for us to consider listing your study on this website, please read the acceptance guidelines.

Training in Infants with Neonatal Stroke (TINS) Project, OSU

Development of Language and Learning Skills - How the Brain Reorganizes After Early Stroke Study, UCSD

Language Development Project at the University of Chicago:  Seeking families with children between the ages of 8 and 36 months to participate in our study. Specifically, looking for children with unilateral brain injury that live within a 100 mile radius of the Chicago Area.

Childhood Stroke Study at the University of California, San Diego and Children’s Hospital and Health Center, San Diego:  Dr. Jeffrey Max and his colleagues are seeking children ages 5-16 who have had a stroke before the age of 14 to participate in a research study titled,  “Psychiatric Aspects of Childhood Stroke".

Other Studies of Interest

Child Habilitation and Motor Performance SkillsClinical Research Trial

Study of Reaching and Grasping Patterns in Children With and Without Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy

The Cerebral Palsy Research Registry

Clinical Trials in Pediatric Epilepsy

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