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Bipolar Depression (Age 18-65)

This trial is to determine whether an investigational medication will help improve symptoms of bipolar I depression in adults.

Bipolar Depression (Age 18-65)

A clinical trial to look at whether an investigational medication can improve the symptoms of bipolar depression (bipolar I or bipolar II disorders).

Bipolar disorder in children and teens (Age 10-17)

A clinical trial to study an investigational medication for children and teens, ages 10-17, with Bipolar I Disorder, also known as manic-depressive disorder

Major Depressive Disorder (Age 18-75)

This clinical trial is to evaluate whether an FDA-approved antidepressant can be used to help prevent relapse in people with recurrent depression.

Pediatric ADHD (Age 6-12)

This research study focuses on children with ADHD who are exhibiting impulsive or aggressive behaviors, and who are currently taking medication for the disorder.

Recently-diagnosed schizophrenia (Age 18-35)

The study will compare and evaluate the effectiveness of existing medications in people who have recently begun experiencing psychosis.

Treatment-Resistant Depression (Age 18-65)

This trial is to determine whether an investigational medication will help improve symptoms of depression in adults who have not had success with other antidepressant therapies.

Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia (Age 18+)

The purpose of this trial is to determine if a study drug more effectively relieves schizophrenia symptoms compared to existing medications.