There are several studies at the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center that are currently enrolling patients. Our current studies with a brief description are listed below. Click on the study for more details.
RESEARCH RESULTS FROM THE COLUMBIA COMPREHENSIVE EPILEPSY CENTER
Carvedilol for Refractory Epilepsy
Purpose: To find out if taking Carvedilol (tradename Coreg) with standard Antiepileptic drugs will improve the frequency of epileptic seizures.
Children's Language Study
Would your child like to contribute to science and help other kids? If so, please consider enrolling your child in a study to help create a new language test!
The Family Studies in Epilepsy Program
The Family Studies in Epilepsy Program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health is a long-term research study focused on finding the genes involved with inherited forms of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies[lh6].
Older Adult Language Study
Are you age 56 or older? Would you like to help scientists learn about language?
The Epilepsy Center at Columbia University Medical Center is recruiting adults ages 56 and older to help create a new language test!