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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.

Trichotilliomania or Hair Pulling Disorder

Trichotillomania (TTM) is tough enough to pronounce, but worse to live with. We’ll call it by its more common name of Hair Pulling Disorder, or HPD.

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.