Our Studies

See below for a current list of our ongoing studies.
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Teens and Young Adults Depression Study

Currently Enrolling Participants

We are conducting a clinical study investigating a non-drug therapy that may help with teens/young adults depression. This Study is Currently Enrolling Participants:

  • Who are 12 to 21 years old
  • Who have diagnosed with depression
  • Not satisfied with anti-depressant medication
  • Experiencing depression lasting more than 4 weeks and less than 3 years

Study participants will receive:

  • No-cost treatment of an investigational non-drug treatment for depression in teens and young adults

The non-drug treatment has been FDA-cleared for adults (22-70 years of age). This trial will be investigating the safety and efficacy of this treatment in teens/young adults.

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Mindset Study

Not Currently Enrolling

Alzheimer’s Disease
MINDSET is a Phase III clinical research program evaluating an investigational medication, RVT-101, for the treatment of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers are investigating how effective the combination of RVT-101 with donepezil will be in helping patients’ cognition and ability to perform daily living activities, as compared with donepezil alone. The study plans to enroll 1,150 participants worldwide.

Who can participate?

To be considered for the study, participants must be:

  • Experiencing memory loss or diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia*
  • Age 50-85
  • Taking donepezil

Accompanied by a caregiver or someone who can oversee the participant’s study involvement and answer questions about how the participant is feeling and functioning

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PrecisionMed Trial

Currently Enrolling

WE ARE SEEKING QUALIFIED VOLUNTEERS TO HELP IN RESEARCH FOR:

Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment
As part of a paid research study, we are conducting cognitive and other testing on volunteers aged 50 years and older who have been diagnosed with Mild Alzheimer’s Disease or Mild Cognitive Impairment.

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Sprites Study

Has your child recently started sertraline, received a new sertraline prescription or recently started psychotherapy to treat their psychiatric condition?

If so, you may be interested in a long-term study called SPRITES that is being conducted to learn about how sertraline or psychotherapy affects aspects of cognitive, emotional, and physical development in children. This study will find out more information about the long term effects that sertraline may have on developing children and adolescents.