The UCHTC is actively involved in over 40 ongoing studies that are advancing treatments, therapies and the clinical understanding of bleeding and clotting disorders around the world.
The UCHTC is currently conducting studies of patients with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Many of these studies help to further develop new treatments, like recombinant clotting factor injections, for patients with bleeding disorders. Other studies study treatment methods, like the use of prophylactic medicine in patients with hemophilia. Additionally, some of the UCHTC studies are natural history studies, which are intended to get a better understanding of how bleeding disorders work.
Thrombosis (Stroke) Studies
The UCHTC also conducts several studies of patients with clotting disorders. These studies are primarily aimed at understanding stroke in children, youths and adults with clotting disorders.
To learn more about participating in ongoing studies at the UCHTC in the mean time, please contact our Clinical Research Manager, Deirdre Cooper-Blacketer, at Deirdre.Cooper-Blacketer@ucdenver.edu. To learn more about Kids-DOTT, one of our ongoing studies, please click HERE.