Participants

Contribute to the future treatment of medical conditions.

 

CLINICAL TRIALS

Clinical trials are research studies that test new medications, new  uses for existing medications, or new ways of using existing medications  (controlled release or inhaled instead of a pill) in humans. The  purpose of clinical trials is to assess efficacy, safety and  tolerability of new potential treatments.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates all clinical trials  in the USA. The FDA requires companies to show that new medications are  both safe and effective before approving them.

RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS

 

Research Volunteers play a critical role in developing new treatments.

Patients who take part in clinical trials have an opportunity to  contribute to the progress, knowledge, and future treatment of medical  conditions.

People volunteer to participate in clinical trials for many different  reasons. Choosing to participate in research is an important personal  decision. We will provide you with comprehensive information and  straightforward answers to your questions regarding the risks and  benefits of participating.

Learn about our study on Treatment Resistant Depression