Clinical Trials

The department is an active participant in the study of new frontiers in Neurological Surgery.  We have been leaders in bringing innovation and the next generation of Neurological care to New Jersey through a wide array of clinical trials. Clinical trials are a vital part of any neurosurgical practice because they provide patients with access to cutting edge devices and care that is not available at most other neurological surgery practices.  

Our dedicated team of physicians, researchers, nurses, and administrative staff will ensure that you are given access to these valuable tools that can provide innovative care for you years before they are accessible to the general public.

Selected Listing of Current Clinical Trials:

  • Penumbra Imaging Collaborative Study (PICS): A Multicenter Trail to Assess Outcomes of Patients Revascularized by the Penumbra System.
  • Use of the Summit Mini-Polyaxial System to Reconstruct the Cervical Spine and the Occipitocervical Junction.
  • Use of Thoracic Pedicle Screws for Stabilization of the Spine.
  • CSM Study: A Multicenter Controlled Trial Comparing Dorsal to Ventral Surgery for Cervical Spoldylotic Myelopathy.
  • Use of Stackable Carbon Fiber Cages to Reconstruct the Thoracolumbar Spine Following Corpectomy.
  • An Assessment of P-15 Bone Putty in Anterior Cervical Fusion with Instrumentation.
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation in Fibrmyalgia.

For more information, or to request an appointment specifically for clinical trials please contact our Clinical Trials Coordinators at:

Carolyn Rogers, RN – 973-972-8291