Clinical Trial Services
The Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center (BNAC) is a dedicated research center that has expertise in stroke and cerebrovascular diseases clinical trials. Our researchers utilize both qualitative and quantitative analysis of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance and digital subtraction angiography for clinical research.
We served as a Clinical Core Lab for a number of stroke and cerebrovascular disease clinical trials. BNAC also collaborates actively on stroke and cerborovascular disease research with Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Gates Vascular Institute.
For more information about imaging endpoints, click here.
FEATURED RECENT STROKE AND CEREBROVASULAR DISEASE STUDIES
- Lansky AJ, Makkar R, Nazif T, Messe S, Forrest J, Sharma R, Schofer J, Linke A, Brown D, Dhoble A, Horwitz P, Zang M, DeMarco F, Rajagopal V, Dwyer MG, Zivadinov R, Stella P, Rovin J, Parise H, Kodali S, Baumbach A, Moses J (2021) A randomized evaluation of the TriGuard HDH cerebral embolic protection device to Reduce the Impact of Cerebral Embolic LEsions after TransCatheter Aortic Valve ImplanTation: the REFLECT I trial. Eur Heart J 42:2670-2679 [Open article]
- Nazif TM, Moses J, Sharma R, Dhoble A, Rovin J, Brown D, Horwitz P, Makkar R, Stoler R, Forrest J, Messé S, Dickerman S, Brennan J, Zivadinov R, Dwyer MG, Lansky AJ; REFLECT II Trial Investigators. Randomized Evaluation of TriGuard 3 Cerebral Embolic Protection After Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: REFLECT II. JACC Cardiovasc Interv. 2021 Mar 8;14(5):515-527. [Open article]
- Dwyer, M., et al., Inclusion of very small cerebral lesions in quantitative embolic protection study endpoints may obscure clinical relevance. TCT Connect, 2020, J Am Coll Cardiol, 2020. 76: p. B207.
CONTACT OUR TEAM TODAY
Part of BNAC’s mission is to help share our tools and experience with our colleagues and other industry partners. If you need help with managing a medical imaging trial related to stroke or cerebrovascular disease, please reach out to discuss how we can assist. Our group brings decades of experience and expertise to every collaborative study and service partnership.