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Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is a research study in which people can participate. The purpose of a clinical trial is to study the effectiveness of a treatment, medication, experimental drug, or device.

The Department of Neurology Dartmouth-Hitchcock periodically conducts clinical trials for epilepsy, and accepts volunteers for participation.

The following is a list of Epilepsy research studies that are currently enrolling participants:

Epilepsy Clinical Trials
A Pilot Study of the Neural Correlates of Spatial Memory in Epilepsy
An Investigator-initiated, Prospective, Multi-center, Controlled Feasibility Study of Direct Brain Recording and Stimulation for Memory Enhancement
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Epilepsy Center Cortical Stimulation Mapping Registry
Electrophysiological Localization of Human Brain Function
Ep0087: A Multicenter, Open-Label, Randomized, Parallel-Group, Active-Controlled Study To Assess The Efficacy And Safety Of Brivaracetam Administered Intravenously As Treatment For Increased Seizure Activity In An Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Setting
HOBSCOTCH: HOme Based Self-management and COgnitive Training CHanges Lives
Memory, epilepsy and brain stimulation: Oscillatory patterns during real-world navigation and free recall in chronically implanted humans
RNS� System Post-Approval Study in Epilepsy
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