For Patients & Caregivers

Our mission is to conduct clinical trails to the highest standards of HSP (Human Subject Protection) and GCP (Good Clinical Practices).

What are reasons to volunteer for a Clinical Trial?

  • To seek better treatment or cure for life-threatening or chronic conditions
  • to gain access to treatments before it is widely available
  • to help the patient community by contributing to research development

What are possible risks for trial volunteers?

  • possible side-effects
  • experimental treatment may not be effective
  • time and trouble required for study visits and procedures.

What is the Informed Consent Process?

The Informed Consent Form is a detailed document, which outlines the nature of the study, its visits & procedures, benefits and risks, emergency contact information, etc. We follow an ‘Informed Consent Process’ before we ‘enroll’ a volunteer into a trial, to make sure that participants are given time and information to arrive at an informed decision. Participants are free to change their mind at any time and withdraw consent from further participation.

For more detailed information on Trial participation:


What is our specialty?

We specialize in diseases of the CNS (Central Nervous System), as described briefly in the drop-down menus.

If you would like detailed ‘Mental Health Information’ on Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Schizophrenia, please follow this link to www.nimh.nih.gov.