Before medications are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or before certain therapy methods are widely accepted as effective, they are tested on people who volunteer to participate in a clinical trial.
Search below for a clinical trial, also called a research study, near you. ADAA does not have listings in every U.S. state or Canadian province or territory.
To post your clinical trial, please complete this form: Clinical-Trials_ADAA-website_writablePDF. Download this form to your desktop; complete the fields; rename it, and e-mail it as an attachment. You must also e-mail these two documents as attachments: 1) a brief description of your study, including eligibility and exclusion criteria; 2) a copy of your IRB approval letter. clinicaltrials [at] adaa [dot] org (Please send via e-mail.)
|Psychotherapies for Chronic PTSD||New York, NY|
|Evaluation of the Efficacy of the CRF1 Antagonist GSK561679 in Women with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder||New York, NY|
|Novel medication strategies targeting brain mechanisms in pediatric ocd||New York, NY|
|Randomized Controlled Trial of GLYX-13 in Individuals With OCD||New York State Psychiatric Institute|
|Randomized Controlled Trial of Intranasal Ketamine vs. Intranasal Midazolam in Individuals With OCD||New York State Psychiatric Institute|
|Extending Ketamine's Effects in OCD With Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)||New York State Psychiatric Institute|
|Emotion Regulation Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder||New Haven, CT|
|Biomarkers of OCD Subtypes Using Brain Imaging||New Haven, CT|
|Brain Imaging Study for OCD using Positron Emission Tomography||New Haven, CT|
|Riluzole Medication Study for Treatment-Refractory OCD||New Haven, CT|