Lois Insolia ALS Clinic
Clinical Trials and Studies
The Lois Insolia ALS Clinic at the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine is actively involved in multi-center drug trials.
Clinical research in ALS at the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine encompasses a broad range of work, including biomarker studies, open label therapeutic studies, natural history studies and clinical trials.
Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. We encourage you to talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study.
Please talk with your physician about the inclusion/exclusion criteria for participation in any trial. To learn more about clinical trials at Lois Insolia ALS Clinic at the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine, please contact Benjamin Joslin, Clinical Research Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make an appointment at the Lois Insolia ALS Clinic, please call 312 695 7950. Patients are seen by appointment only. The clinical nurse coordinator will make your appointment and discuss the schedule of your visit.
Enrolling ALS Clinical Trials
Enrolling Studies: Clinical Research to Understand ALS
International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations
Scientific Advisory Council – Briefing Notes
The Les Turner ALS Foundation has been a founding member of the International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations since 1992. The role of the Alliance’s Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) is to be a centralized resource to review and provide global perspective on scientific and biomedical announcements, information and opportunities relating to ALS/MND. We are pleased to share these briefing notes with our Les Turner ALS family. The SAC strongly encourages individuals to speak with their ALS physician before considering access to treatment. Included below are the latest briefing notes on current ALS trials and therapies with recommendations from the SAC.
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