Current Clinical Trials
Brain Health in Survivors of COVID-19 and their Caregivers
Type of study: Longitudinal Cohort
The McCance Center for Brain Health aims to learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients, their caregivers, and legally authorized representatives. We will assess their cognitive, emotional, and physical recovery every three months for 12 months post-discharge or post-first encounter with a clinician in the Post-COVID Brain Health Clinic, hoping to identify brain health needs and investigate treatment options to prevent brain disease or restore brain health after acute illness caused by COVID-19. Call the McCance Clinic at 617-726-4881 to learn more.
- Please email Hamdi Eryilmaz, Ph.D., at hamdi.eryilmaz@mgh.Harvard.edu or Alexandra (Zand) Grace O'Neill at email@example.com for more information
- RECOVER: Now accepting new patients for therapeutic clinical trials.
- Patients can discuss their interest in trials or receive further information about the trial by contacting Ingrid Basettat firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hyperthermia trial for COVID19 and depression
Healthy lifestyle habits are an important part of any recovery. While you may not feel like yourself yet, programs like Mass General Healthy Lifestyle Program, or free events put on by Boston’s Parks and Recreation department offer wellness based opportunities that may help you on your road to recovery.
Healthy Living Program
Boston Parks and Recreation
Being connected to the McCance Center, you will have access to our comprehensive network of brain health programs, including:
- Referrals to other departments
- Expedited access to special support groups
- Enrollment in cutting-edge research
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