Are your thoughts tangled? You're not sure how or why it happened, but you are aware of instances lately when it felt like you had no control over your thoughts. You couldn't think clearly or concentrate, and you may have even heard or seen things that other people didn't. While these were unsettling times, you eventually regained control of your thoughts. Still, you may be concerned about whether it will happen again and if it could be a sign of a more serious mental health condition. Because you and others have experienced symptoms like these, local doctors are conducting the 1289-0032 Research Study. In this study, doctors want to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug and compare it to placebo, which looks like the investigational drug but contains no active medication. The investigational drug is not approved to treat any mental health or medical condition.
At each in-person study visit, you will meet with members of the research team to complete research assessments. Each of the remote study visits consists of a brief phone call and the completion of a phone survey. The study also involves blood draws, ECGs, and willingness to take the study medication regularly, as advised.
up to $1800
Psychiatry - Research
Clinical or Medical
Mental and Emotional Health