Other Studies

Collectively, HRGV provides clinical and support services, and advocates on behalf of people impacted by Huntington's disease. We conduct world-class research to improve what we know about Huntington's disease and how we treat it.

Not all of our studies are currently recruiting or require human participants. You can learn more about these studies on this page. If you are interested in participating in our research, we recommend you sign up to our participant registry or visit our studies recruiting page.

Your participation in Huntington’s disease research can help lead to better treatments and more effective healthcare for people living with HD.

Spatial Memory in Huntington's Disease

Better understanding spatial memory in HD will improve the way new drugs for HD are assessed in terms of their effect on cognition.

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Understanding Huntington's Disease to Develop New Approaches to Prevention and Treatment

Our research team at the Florey Institute is trying to use this knowledge of pathology, in the brain and other areas of the body, to develop new treatments for Huntington’s disease.

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Neuroinflammation in Huntington's Disease

Studying neuroinflammation may help us better understand the progression of HD, and how it could be stopped or slowed.

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About HRGV

HRGV aims to advance knowledge about the cause(s), pathogenesis, clinical and social impacts of Huntington’s disease and related disorders and to develop and implement scientific strategies promising therapeutic and psychosocial interventions.

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Participants Required

We require participants for our numerous studies. Most studies offer some form of compensation for your time. Please take some time to look at our available studies here and help us improve treatment outcomes for people with Huntington's Disease. You can also sign up for our Participant Registry and be kept up to date with research projects that are relevant to you!

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