National ALS Clinic, Beaumont Hospital Dublin & Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

The National ALS Clinic based at Beaumont Hospital Dublin provides a multidisciplinary service to the entire Irish ALS population.

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Together with the Academic Centre at Trinity College Dublin we provide clinical research in epidemiology, cognition, genetics and biomarkers, and laboratory based research in bioinformatics and drug development for ALS. For more information, please visit www.mnd.ie.

Contact
Location
School of Medicine, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Specialists

Orla Hardiman

Professor of Neurology

Professor Orla Hardiman is Professor of Neurology, Consultant Neurologist at the National Neuroscience Centre, and Director of the National ALS Clinic & Irish ALS Research Group

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Current trials
Recruiting
Phase iii

TUDCA-ALS (TUDCA)

Industry sponsored trial

TUDCA (tauroursodeoxycholic acid) is a small molecule that is being explored for its potential as a treatment for ALS

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In preparation
Phase iii

PreLude (Lithium carbonate)

Platform trial arm

Within an innovative platform design study, we will evaluate the efficacy of lithium carbonate in UNC13a homozygous patients.

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In preparation
Phase ii

Lighthouse (Triumeq)

Platform trial arm

Within an innovative platform design study, we will evaluate the efficacy of Triumeq, a therapy developed for treatment of HIV that has shown to slow progression in ALS

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In preparation
Phase iii

iAdore (Oral edaravone)

Platform trial arm

Within an innovative platform design study, we will evaluate the efficacy of oral edaravone (TW001), a formulation that reduces oxidative stress

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