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Browse our clinical research projects. Find a project you'd like to join. Filter the list by condition / recruiting status.

FutureMS Phase 2 Study

The FutureMS-2 Study - inviting previous participants to continue their participation.

Rowling CARE

A register for people in Scotland with a neurological condition, and their carers, to help research and find out about opportunities to take part in studies and trials.

MS Microbiome Study

Part of an international study testing whether gut bacteria play a role in multiple sclerosis.


An innovative clinical drugs trial testing potential new treatments that may slow, stop or reverse the progression of MND.


A clinical drug trial, testing whether a statin could be used to treat secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.

Psychological, interpersonal and social functioning in MS: the role of theory of mind.

Exploring if there is a relationship between understanding other people’s thoughts/intentions and functional outcomes in MS e.g. mood, relationship quality and social engagement.

PITMS study

Predicting Individual Treatment responses towards personalised medicine in MS. A study to develop a computer tool that predicts responses to MS medication.


DELIVER-MS is a study that will show whether starting treatment with a highly effective disease-modifying therapy (DMT) improves the prognosis for people with MS.

Regenerative Neurology Tissue Bank

We are building up a comprehensive bank of donated biological samples from people with neurological conditions, to help our research.


A global observational study focusing on the role of genetics in Parkinson's.

Brain banking

Some people with neurodegenerative conditions choose to donate brain and spinal cord tissue for research after they die.

Dundee and Edinburgh Parkinson's Research Initiative

The Universities of Dundee and Edinburgh have joined forces to help deliver new treatments for people with Parkinson's and accelerate access to clinical trials.


A study to evaluate the effectiveness of two types of speech and language therapy for people with Parkinson's who have problems with their voice or speech.


Investigating if intensive blood pressure treatment, guided by bluetooth technology, can reduce brain injury amongst people who've had an intracerebral haemorrhage (stroke).

Exploring Google search and treatment information

Become a data donor to help explore what quality of information is found when you Google for information about MS and Parkinson's treatments. 


A randomised clinical trial investigating if people with atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat), who have had a brain haemorrhage actually benefit from starting anticoagulant drugs.



TRIDENT is testing whether using a triple pill to control blood pressure (BP) is best for people who have had a stroke due to a brain haemorrhage and who have mildly or moderately raised BP.

GTAC (Genomic Translation for ALS Clinical Care)

An international study examining the causes and patterns of progression of ALS (motor neuron disease).

FutureMS Phase 1

FutureMS used clinical examinations, brain imaging and genetics to try to predict how severe an individual's MS will be. The study is now fully recruited.

The STARTUP trial: Tibial nerve stimulation

A study to see if electrical stimulation applied to the lower leg relieves bladder problems in people with Parkinson's.

Vitamin D levels in people with MS

This study aims to improve our understanding of the levels of Vitamin D, and factors affecting this, in people with MS across the UK.

PHQiMS: measuring depression in multiple sclerosis

This study is testing whether a questionnaire called PHQ-9 can monitor low mood in people with MS.

Apathy in motor neuron disease

This study explored apathy throughout the progression of MND.

Edinburgh Long Covid Study

Part of a UK wide collaboration with clinicians and academics from around the United Kingdom.