Medical research is essential to develop new treatment to help prevent and treat stroke. Clinical trials are conducted to test if new intervention is safe and effective. These trials rely on the participation of volunteer stroke survivors and caregivers.
Providence Medical Center- St Vincent’sProvidence Brain & Spine Institute
Chiayi Chen, RN, PhD
Program Director, Clinical Research, Providence Brain & Spine Institute
9155 SW Barnes Rd Suite 317, Portland, OR 97225
OHSUThe Oregon Stroke Center at Oregon Health & Science University is a national leader in acute stroke, stroke prevention and rehabilitation studies. For more information contact the Oregon Stroke Center at:
Oregon Stroke Center
Oregon Health & Science University
Mail code CR131S
3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland OR, 97239-3098
Fax: 503 494-4690
Clinical referrals: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programmatic questions: email@example.com
PeaceHealthThe Stroke Center at Sacred Heart Medical Center Riverbend is satellite member of the Northwest Stroke Trials Network through the University of Washington. http://www.uwmedicine.org/services/stroke. Our center participates in NINDS-sponsored and industry-sponsored stroke studies as well as collaborates with University of Oregon researchers.
For additional information contact
Penny O’Leary, Clinical Research Coordinator
Sacred Heart Medical Center - RiverBend
3311 RiverBend Drive, 3rd Floor Springfield, OR 97477
Legacy Research InstituteThe Legacy Research Institute (LRI) is a state-of-the art research facility where a wide range of research including preclinical, basic, clinical and clinical trials, medical outcomes, and surgical advances and training are conducted, as well a significant part of the Legacy Health System in Portland, Oregon. Legacy Research Institute’s goal is to improve the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease and medical conditions through transformational basic, translational, clinical, and outcomes research that serves our people, patients, communities, and world. The Robert Stone Dow Neurobiology Laboratory focuses on basic and translational neuroscience studies to investigate many neurological and related diseases and disorders (e.g., epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury, stroke, schizophrenia) using a variety of neuroscience, biochemical, molecular biology, and behavioral approaches.
Current Neurological Clinical Trials and Research Coordinator contact information include:
For further information on participating in a clinical trial, please contact the coordinator listed below.
NIH Stroke Net, contact Karla Kummer at 503-692-8419, KKummer@lhs.org
Legacy Research institute, Contact- Maryika Gibson at 503-413-1138, MGibson@lhs.org