Recently Added Studies

The purpose of the study is to learn more about whether an ultrasound treatment for epilepsy and anxiety is safe and effective.
The Emerging Adulthood and Parenthood Study is a qualitative study designed to identify relevant factors and themes related the transitions to adulthood and parenthood in a sample of fathers. We will…
The purpose of the EFFECT Study is to determine how dietary fats influence cognitive (mental) function in adults.   During the 7-week study participants will Consume one study food per day for a…
This study is being done to see how individuals respond to a ketone ester (KE) across different age groups and health statuses. With the ketogenic diet becoming more popular, research on ketones (a…
To examine if drinking a ketone supplement, twice a day, can improve brain, digital shooting, and physical performance during short-term sleep restriction (4 nights, 50% of normal sleep).

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Scientists and researchers are looking for volunteers just like you to participate in clinical trials. Clinical trials are key to developing new methods to prevent, find and treat all types of diseases. It is through clinical trials that scientists can find out if new treatments are safe and effective and work better than current treatments.

Medical advances are only possible if people participate in research. By joining a clinical trial, you can help develop treatments that may one day benefit a friend, a family member or someone around the world. If you’re interested in becoming a research volunteer, we encourage you to find and connect with a study that’s right for you.

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