If you or someone you experience the signs and symptoms of schizophrenia, feel free to contact our office to obtain more information about our clinical trial or set up an appointment for an assessment with our clinical staff. You can call our office at 877-453-0404 or complete the form on this page and someone will contact you shortly.
Free transportation to and from our office is available if needed.
Frequently asked questions about participating in a Clinical Trial
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that all prescription medications be evaluated for safety and efficacy before they are marketed to the public. So before a new medication can be made available, it must undergo extensive testing. Clinical trials are part of this testing process.
Why do people participate in clinical trials?
People participate in clinical trials for many reasons. Often they have tried the treatments that are currently available for TRD and have found that it did not work for them, so they would like to try something new.
Sometimes patients participate to help further medical research. They understand how important it is that new medications are available for TRD, and want to do their part to help.
Other times, a patient may not be able to afford the most current treatment available for their depression, and clinical trial participation offers a research medication at no cost.
Does it cost anything to participate in the study?
There is no monetary cost to you to participate in this study. Nor do you have to pay for the study drug, visits, or procedures that are a part of the clinical trial.
How can I get involved?
Northwest Clinical Research Center has been conducting Clinical Trials since 1995. We are committed to patient care and safety. If you wish to participate in a clinical trial, you may contact Northwest Clinical Research Center by completing the form, or by using the contact information listed. One of our friendly staff will ask you some questions over the phone and schedule you for a screening visit to see if you qualify for one of our studies.