Pacific Neuroscience Institute is pleased to announce a new clinical trial for traumatic brain injury patients who have been suffering from chronic motor deficits for more than a year. This study is currently enrolling patients. Clinical trials help bring much needed treatments and therapies to market. Find out more about PNI trials for treatment of primary brain tumors such as glioblastoma, metastatic brain tumors that arise from cancers affecting the breast, lung or skin, quality and outcomes research and other neurological studies.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute opens a novel stem cell therapy clinical trial, which delivers stem cells for brain recovery after traumatic brain injury (TBI) in people who have had chronic motor deficits for over a year following TBI. Read about this groundbreaking trial.
Clinical trials are an essential way to move the field of medicine forward. Our team at Pacific Neuroscience Institute reviews and adds new trials for treatment of primary brain tumors such as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) and metastatic brain tumors that arise from cancers affecting the breast, lung or skin.
The past year at Pacific Neuroscience Institute was one of amazing growth and transformational milestones. Read about what we have accomplished and what lies ahead in 2018 including a new clinic and novel clinical trials.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute offers advanced clinical trials for primary brain tumors like glioblastoma multiforme, as well as cancers that have metastasized to the brain from primary cancers such as breast, prostate, and melanoma. Read more.
Featured at the SoCal Biomedical Conference in September 2017, Drs. Chester Griffiths and Santosh Kesari highlight Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s unique collaborative approach to research and patient care.
Brain tumors sometimes make themselves known in baffling ways. With a trio of neurosurgeons and neuro-oncologists at his side, Rusty Doms takes a journey to new frontiers of glioblastoma treatment at the leading edge of medicine.
When a person suffers a stroke, millions of brain nerve cells die often resulting in motor disabilities such as paralysis and speech difficulties. What if researchers could challenge the brain to recover? That’s what PNI researchers are doing for patients up to 7 1/2 years after their attack.
Neurosciences and Neurotherapeutics Brain-based disorders are among the most challenging conditions to treat. However, the neurosciences faculty at Pacific Neuroscience Institute and the John Wayne[ Read More ]
Pacific Neuroscience Institute offers advanced and often life changing clinical trials for patients with primary brain tumors like glioblastoma multiforme, as well as patients with cancers that have metastasized to the brain from primary cancers such as breast, prostate, and melanoma. Read more.