Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials Network: Clinical Coordinating Center (2011-2016)

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Funded by the National Institutes of Health

Funding Years: 2011-2016

The CCC creates the NETT Network infrastructure to promote and conduct clinical trials that will provide new and effective treatments for neurologic emergencies by: Developing the Network architecture and organizational structure including bylaws and procedures; Establishing processes to design and implement trials that will encourage the clinical translation of findings into routine practice; Managing clinical trials (establish rigorous criteria for monitoring recruitment, adhere to established deadlines and develop criteria for monitoring Hub effectiveness and compliance); Providing clinical trial operational resources (electronic data entry, automated screening and notification, access to telemedicine resources, advanced outcomes assessment, and human subjects protection tools); Creating an information technology infrastructure that will enhance the efficiency, speed, and accuracy of site, trial, and data management in the Network; Establishing trial development structures (recruit future trials and investigators, define internal review and publication procedures).

PI(s): Bill Barsan

Co-I(s): Lewis Morgenstern, Art Pancioli, Robert Silbergleit