Currently Enrolling Studies

Adult ADHD Clinical Trial

Rochester Center for Clinical Trials is currently enrolling adult participants, ages 18 – 65, who have been diagnosed or believe to have ADHD.
 

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What is ADHD?

ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a highly prevalent disorder. It affects between 6% and 10% of the American population. ADHD is a disorder of attention, concentration, hyperactivity and impulsivity. This activity persists through the life cycle. If you believe to have ADHD, our Study Coordinators will conduct a diagnostic screening to indicate whether you have ADHD and can participate in the Adult ADHD study. The ADHD diagnostic screening is at no cost to you or your insurance! 

About the Study

The Adult ADHD study at Rochester Center for Clinical Trials ranges between 5-6 weeks. For each completed visit, you are eligible for compensation for your time and travel. If you or someone you know suffers from ADHD, please contact Emily Lindenbaum or fill out the Research Interest Form to learn more about this Clinical Trial.


Adult ADHD Clinical Trial

Adult Depression Study

Woman staring off into the distanceRCBM is currently recruiting for two depression studies. If you are 18-65 years old and have struggled with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), you may be eligible for a clinical trial at our site. Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), also called depression, is a psychological disorder characterized by at least two weeks of low mood. Low self-esteem, loss of interest in normal activities and low energy are also side effects of MDD. One of the depression studies consists of an already approved medication, lasting 24 weeks. The other depression study includes a new medication and the duration of the study lasts 26 weeks. If you are interested in learning more about these two depression studies, please call Emily at 248-608-8800 x248 or email her at elindenbaum@rcbm.net. Stipends may be available for your time and travel for your participation in the clinical trial. 


Adult Depression Study