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The stroke research registry contains the names of people who have had a stroke and would like to be informed about the research studies at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. By putting your name in our registry, you may be able to participate in one or more of our projects. This may include projects done at either NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center or NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center.

Join the Stroke Registry

Please complete the registration form to add your name to our stroke registry.

For more information, call (212) 746-1356.

Join Stroke Registry

What personal information needs to be kept in the database?

Your name, telephone number, address, date of birth, date of your stroke, and general clinical information. After speaking with you, we will ask your permission to add additional information about your symptoms. This will help us decide which studies you may qualify for.

Why do you need my date of birth and the date of my stroke?

By knowing your age and the date of your stroke, we will be better able to determine which, if any, of our studies you may be eligible to participate in.

Who will have access to my information?

Only researchers participating in NewYork-Presbyterian-approved stroke research studies will have access to the information in the database.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Call the Weill Cornell Rehabilitation Medicine Department, Stroke Research office (212) 746-1356.

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