ALS Trial Navigator: Empower Your Clinical Trial Search

ALS Trial Navigator: Empower Your Clinical Trial Search

ALS Trial Navigator: Empower Your Clinical Trial Search

Welcome to the ALS Trial Navigator – your comprehensive resource for making decisions about ALS clinical trials. Use our tools to understand your clinical trial options and have informed discussions with your care team.
Before beginning, we recommend that you create an account or log in to save your results.
Use the Guided Trial Finder to get personalized results! The Guided Trial Finder is a user-friendly tool that uses a step-by-step questionnaire to identify your priorities and help you understand important research terms. It then matches you with ALS clinical trials that meet your criteria.
Get a personalized list of ALS trials
Use the Guided Trial Finder to get personalized results! The Guided Trial Finder is a user-friendly tool that uses a step-by-step questionnaire to identify your priorities and help you understand important research terms. It then matches you with ALS clinical trials that meet your criteria.
How to Use the ALS Trial Navigator
Start with the Guided Trial Finder for the most personalized recommendations:
  • Answer a series of questions and see trial recommendations change in real-time based on your answers.
  • Click on question marks to learn more about clinical trial terms and concepts.
  • Finish the questionnaire to receive a list of trials matching your criteria.
  • Alternatively, use the Trial Map to view trials based on location or the Trial Browser for a comprehensive list.
  • Click on any trial to view detailed information.
  • Create an account to save trials to your personalized portal and add notes.
  • If you have already created an account, you can log in here.
Browse ALS clinical trial opportunities with our interactive Trial Map
Want to see where clinical trials are taking place around the world? Browse ALS clinical trial opportunities with our interactive Trial Map.
Want to see where clinical trials are taking place around the world? Browse ALS clinical trial opportunities with our interactive Trial Map.
"The ALS Trial Navigator is unique and useful in its ability to help patients and their support systems evaluate ongoing and enrolling trials based on criteria that are important to them. This tool utilizes inclusion and exclusion factors in a novel fashion, rendering results that are truly tailored to the individual."
– Dr. Stacy Farber, person with ALS and member of ALS Trial Navigator Advisory Panel
Prefer to manually search and apply filters? View a comprehensive list of global ALS clinical trials using the Trial Browser.
Get a personalized list of ALS trials
Prefer to manually search and apply filters? View a comprehensive list of global ALS clinical trials using the Trial Browser.
Where Do We Get Our Information?
ALS TDI updates Information included in these search tools daily from public sources including clinicaltrials.gov and the World Health Organization (WHO) International Clinical Trial Registry Platform (ICTRP). Some information may also be collected from individual sponsors or investigators.
For the most accurate information on enrollment status and individual eligibilty please contact trial sponsors or trial sites directly.
Why Participate in a Clinical Trial?
Clinical trials are the only path to approval for new treatments for ALS. They are also a way for people with ALS to access investigational treatments and contribute to the advancement of research that can aid in the discovery of new drug targets, biomarkers, or improving quality of life for people with ALS.
We invite community members to share comments and feedback on ALS trials. You can click a trial to read the community comments and login to join the conversation.
“Participating in trials allows me to contribute to critical research. It gives me hope to have a part in identifying new biomarkers and treatments that might benefit me, but will ultimately get us closer to new treatments. I will keep participating in every research opportunity I can to help find causes and treatments for this awful disease.”
-Sandra Mikush
living with ALS
ALS Clinical Trials by the Numbers
34
Active interventional ALS clinical trials in the USA.
103
Active interventional ALS clinical trials globally.
8,184
Participant spots in active interventional ALS clinical trials globally.
32
Countries with available research opportunities globally.
We deeply appreciate individuals participating in ALS clinical trials and dedicating their time to advance research. Your commitment is a beacon of hope, contributing to scientific understanding and bringing us closer to breakthroughs. Thank you for driving progress in ALS research.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma