Gaucher Disease clinical trials at UCSF
4 research studies open to eligible people
open to eligible females ages 18-50
The investigators aims to determine the the maternal and fetal safety and feasibility of in utero fetal enzyme replacement therapy in fetuses with Lysosomal Storage Diseases.
San Francisco, California
open to eligible people ages 0 months to 24 months
J3Z-MC-OJAB is an open-label, Phase 1/2, multicenter study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of single-dose LY3884961 (formerly PR001) in infants diagnosed with Type 2 Gaucher disease (GD2). For each patient, the study will be approximately 5 years in duration. During the first 12 months after dosing, patients will be evaluated for the effects of LY3884961 on safety, tolerability, immunogenicity, biomarkers, and efficacy. Patients will be followed up for an additional 4 years to monitor safety and changes on selected biomarkers and clinical outcomes.
Oakland, California and other locations
open to all eligible people
The ICGG Gaucher Registry is an ongoing, international multi-center, strictly observational program that tracks the routine clinical outcomes for patients with Gaucher disease, irrespective of treatment status. No experimental intervention is involved; patients in the Registry undergo clinical assessments and receive care as determined by the patient's treating physician. The objectives of the Registry are: - To enhance understanding of the variability, progression, identification, and natural history of Gaucher disease, with the ultimate goal of better guiding and assessing therapeutic intervention. - To assist the Gaucher medical community with the development of recommendations for monitoring patients, and to provide reports on patient outcomes, to optimize patient care. - To characterize the Gaucher disease population. - To evaluate the long-term effectiveness of imiglucerase and of eliglustat. Gaucher Pregnancy Sub-registry: The primary objective of this Sub-registry is to track pregnancy outcomes, including complications and infant growth, in all women with Gaucher disease during pregnancy, regardless of whether they receive disease-specific therapy. No experimental intervention is given; thus a patient will undergo clinical assessments and receive standard of care treatment as determined by the patient's physician.If a patient consents to this Sub-registry, information about the patient's medical and obstetric history, pregnancy, and birth will be collected, and, if a patient consents to data collection for her infant, data on infant growth through month 36 postpartum will be collected.
San Francisco, California and other locations
open to eligible people ages up to 64 years
This is an international prospective and retrospective registry of patients with Lysosomal Storage Diseases (LSDs) to understand the natural history of the disease and the outcomes of fetal therapies, with the overall goal of improving the prenatal management of patients with LSDs.
San Francisco, California
Our lead scientists for Gaucher Disease research studies include Tippi Mackenzie.