The Miami Project clinical researchers currently have several clinical trials and clinical studies available for people who have had a spinal cord injury; some are for acute injuries and some are for chronic injuries. The clinical trials are testing the safety and efficacy of different neuroprotective, repairative, or modulatory interventions. The clinical studies are investigating questions regarding exercise science, nutrition, rehabilitation training, pain, male fertility, aging, and brain-machine interface technology.
If you would like to be considered for these or future Miami Project trials or studies, please see our Register for a Research Program section, send us a message, or call The Miami Project Education Office at 305-243-7108.
Lower Body Blood Flow During and After Electrically Stimulated Cycling in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
Stakeholder Perceptions and Clinical Assessment of Cardiometabolic Disease/Syndrome after Spinal Cord Injury
Statin Monotherapy for Treatment of Endocrine metabolic Disease Risk
Functional Siting Tolerance after Spinal Cord Injury: Balance and Orthostatic Hypotension
|Fertility Studies||Fertility Evaluation|
|Pain Study||Utility of MRS Brain Biomarkers of Pain Phenotypes after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)|
|Human Motor Control and Plasticity||
Bilateral Control of Arm Movement After Spinal Cord Injury
Synchronization of Corticospinal Volleys After Spinal Cord Injury
Reorganization of Descending Pathways After Spinal Cord Injury
Targeted Neuroplasticity after Spinal Cord Injury
Relationship between Clinical and Physiological Outcomes of Sensorimotor Function and Spasticity
Hand and Upper-Limb Motor Training
Acute Intermittent Hypoxia and Motor Function