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00:02 EDT 23rd September 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Microgrid II - Electrocorticography Signals for Human Hand Prosthetics

Neurologic disease with loss of motor function is a major health burden. Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are systems that use brain signals to power an external device, such as a communication board or a prosthetic device, which may help people with loss of motor function. Electrocorticography (ECoG) has been used to decode hand movements and as a control signal for brain-computer interface (BCI). This study hopes to use a smaller spacing of ECoG to see if a better motor signal...


Evaluation of a Strategy Guided by Imaging Versus Systematic Coronary Angioplasty in Elderly Patients With Ischemia

The WHO predicts that cardiovascular morbi-mortality will increase by 120-137% within 20 years due to the aging population. Myocardial infarction without ST segment elevation (NSTEMI) is the most common form of infarction. However, its treatment among elderly patients remains a challenging question. Indeed, the risk benefit balance of revascularization remains unclear, and complications related to revascularization are more frequent in the elderly, including MI, heart failure,...

NEUROFEEDBACK on Event-Related Potential (ERP)

This project aims to assess the evolution of symptoms in ADHD children from 8 to 17 years, with various types of attention training. Different groups A, B and C will be evaluated: the first with Neurofeedback training, the second with a similar training but not indexed on brain activity and the third without training. 30 patients will be randomly assigned to groups A and B according to a ratio 2:1. Others patients who meet the same criteria but for logistical reasons c...


Effect of Orally Delivered Phytochemicals on Aging and Inflammation in the Skin

The objective is to determine, in a small number of participants, the protective effects of UV-induced skin erythema (reddening or "sunburn") following oral administration of sulforaphane, curcumin, or a combination of the two plant (diet)-based supplements. The investigators will be using the over-the-counter nutritional supplements Crucera-SGS and Meriva-SF to deliver the biologically stable sulforaphane precursor and a highly bioavailable formulation of curcumin. Volunteers ...

Concurrent fMRI-guided rTMS and Cognitive Therapy for the Treatment of Major Depressive Episodes

Background: Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a treatment for depression. It stimulates the brain. Researchers want to see if using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans helps locate the best area for rTMS in each person. They also want to find other ways to make it more effective. Objective: To study the effects of combining MRI- guided transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and talk therapy on the brain in people with depression. E...

Identification of Predictors for Early Cognitive Decline in Men

The research program explores how aging influences brain function in test-persons from a Danish birth cohort of men born in 1953.

Contrast Enhanced Sonothrombolysis and Sonolysis in Stroke - a Swedish Study (CE-5S)

Patients with acute ischemic stroke in anterior circulation within 4,5 hours of symptom onset, has a bone window and Trombolysis In Brain Ischemia (TIBI)

Trial of Taselisib in Overgrowth

Segmental overgrowth disorders are rare conditions characterised by abnormal growth which is usually asymmetric and confined to discrete parts of the body. We and others have identified mosaic activating mutations in the p110α catalytic subunit of phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase (PI3K; encoded by the PIK3CA gene) in a subset of overgrowth disorders. The PI3K-AKT-mTOR is a critical signalling pathway, which regulates cellular growth, proliferation and survival. Activating mutatio...

Extension Study of Pegylated Somatropin to Treat Growth Retardation Caused by Endogenous Growth Hormone Deficiency in Children

1. To further evaluate the safety and efficacy of PEG-Somatropin in the treatment of children with growth hormone deficiency for a relatively long period 2. To explore the factors influencing the efficacy of PEG-Somatropin and to establish the height prediction model based on Chinese children with short stature, and to provide the basis and guidance for standard and reasonable long-term clinical application of PEG-Somatropin.

Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Security of Deep Brain Stimulation in Alzheimer´s Disease

Approximately one million of Spaniards suffer from AlzhEimer´s Disease (AD) and this figure is expected to triple by 20150. The approved treatments modulate neurotransmission in general and are not specific or anatomically directed. In AD there is a dysfunction in cognitive and memory circuits. It has been shown that the deep brain stimulation (DBS) can specially modulate circuits in such a way that is modulable, and this approach is safe. The safety of this treatment and its ...

tACS for Amyloid-β Reduction in Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is characterized by amyloid-β (Aβ) plaque buildup and phosphorylated tau (p-tau) in the brain, as well as widespread neurodegeneration. The evidence suggests that both amyloid and tau play a critical role in AD and interventions that reliably and safely decrease the intracerebral burden of amyloid or tau could potentially be of marked clinical importance. Currently, therapeutic options are very limited and while there are pharmacologic interventions t...

Thursday 21st September 2017

Theta Burst Stimulation for Schizophrenia

Purpose and objective Schizophrenia is a chronic debilitating illness with cognitive deficits that cause serious impairment in psychosocial recovery and with few treatments to remediate these deficits. One area that holds great promise for the development of novel, effective therapies is noninvasive brain stimulation. The investigators have used one form of brain stimulation, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), for some time to modulate and enhance cognitive function in th...

P-BCMA-101 Tscm CAR-T Cells in the Treatment of Patients With Multiple Myeloma (MM)

This is a Phase 1, open-label, multi-center study of P-BCMA-101 autologous T stem cell memory (Tscm) CAR-T cells in patients with relapsed and/or refractory MM.

Evaluation of Repeated Whole Brain Radiotherapy Versus Best Supportive Care for Multiple Brain Metastases.

Whole Brain Radiotherapy (WBRT) has been established as the treatment standard in patients with multiple cerebral metastases from solid tumors. However, intracerebral recurrence is possible and a repeated WBRT may be indicated to improve intracerebral tumor control. Each institutsion offers different dosing regimens, which have all been published to be safe and effective. Some favor best supportive care only. The current study protocol is aimed at evaluating primarily the toxi...

Influence of Brain Oscillation-Dependent TMS on Motor Function

Background: When people have a stroke, they often have difficulty moving their arms and hands. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can improve how well people with and without stroke can move their arms and hands. But the effects of TMS are minor, and it doesn t work for everyone. Researchers want to study how to time brain stimulation so that the effects are more consistent. Objective: To understand how the brain responds to transcranial magnetic stimulation...

Growth Hormone Treatment in Patients With Aggrecan Deficiency

This is an open-label single arm prospective pilot study to study the effects of a single dose regimen of daily growth hormone medication on pre-pubertal children with Aggrecan deficiency. The growth response will be tacked over a 12 month period.

Multi-center Study on Children's and Adolescents' Medulloblastoma Molecular Subgroups in China

Recently, diagnosis and treatments for medulloblastoma becomes more complicated than before since the new World Health Organization (WHO) diagnosis criteria has put molecular marker onto an ever important position. Reports and studies revealed highly correlated connection between subgroups of medulloblastoma and patient outcomes. Children's Oncology Group (COG) has launched many new studies on molecular subgroups-based specific treatment trails. In China, children and adolescen...

Effects of Passive Muscle Stretching on Vascular Function and Symptoms of PAD

Patients with peripheral arterial disease often have walking impairment due to insufficient oxygen supply to lower extremity skeletal muscle. In an aging rat model, we have previously shown that daily calf muscle stretching improves endothelium-dependent dilation of soleus muscle arterioles and blood flow during exercise. The effect of muscle stretching on endothelial function and walking distance in patients with peripheral arterial disease is unknown. We performed a prospecti...

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Brain Markers of Suicide Risk and Psychological Pain in Elderly Depressed Patients

The main objective of this study is to show MRI functional and structural differences between depressed elderly patients with a history of attempted suicide compared to depressed elderly patients with no history of attempted suicide and to elderly subjects with no personal history of depression or attempted suicide (healthy controls).

Evaluating the Relationship Between Tau PET Imaging and CSF Biomarkers of AD (Alzheimer Disease) in Humans

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate a new radioactive compound used in positron emission tomography (PET) scans in identifying tau tangles (a certain protein that might be associated with Alzheimer's disease) in the brain, and if the amount of tau tangles in the brain has a relationship to cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers and cognitive status. This study involves a PET scans using the radioactive compound, F 18 T807 for measurement of tau deposition. This rad...

Dysregulated CNS Inflammation After Acute Brain Injury

By doing this study, the investigator hopes to learn how the levels of important proteins involved in inflammation change over time in patients with acute brain injury. The total amount of time participants will be asked to volunteer for this study is approximately two hours over a five day period.

Tuesday 19th September 2017

MCS110 Combined With Neoadjuvant Doxorubicin, Cyclophosphamide, and Weekly Paclitaxel in Patients With Hormone-Receptor Positive and HER2- Breast Cancer

In patients with locally advanced hormone receptor positive (HR+)/HER2- breast cancer, neoadjuvant chemotherapy produces a pathologic complete response rate (pCR) of only 9-15%, and late recurrences often occur despite neoadjuvant chemotherapy. Therefore, there is an unmet clinical need to improve the outcomes of these patients. Tumor-associated macrophages (TAM) infiltration leads to poor outcomes in breast cancer patients by promoting angiogenesis, activating epithelial-mesen...

Effect of Noninvasive Neuromodulation on Chronic Pain

1. BACKGROUND: Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD) is a disease characterized by a set of signs and symptoms that may include joint noise, pain in the mastication muscles, limitation of mandibular movements, facial pain, joint pain and / or dental wear. Pain appears as a very present and striking symptom, with a tendency to chronicity. This is a difficult treatment condition often associated with psychological factors such as anxiety. Chronic pain invol...

Protein Intake and Step Reduction in Older Adults

Sarcopenia, the loss in muscle mass with age, is associated with several negative health outcomes including cancer, stroke, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. This loss of muscle mass remains relatively steady following 50 years of age however it can be accelerated with periods of disuse associated with hospitalization, fracture or surgery of the hip or simply influenza. Also associated with periods of disuse, is a lack of energy intake as hospitalizations often result in und...

Stereotactic Radiotherapy of the Resection Cavity of Brain Metastases vs. Post-operative Whole-brain Radiotherapy

In advanced cancer disease brain metastases are common, difficult to treat, and are associated with a poor prognosis. As new local and systemic therapies are eventually resulting in improved survival and quality of life for patients with brain metastases, negative neurocognitive effects of radiation therapy are becoming increasingly important as well as good loco-regional disease control of brain metastases. Concerning treatment, brain metastases remain a major clinical proble...


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