Would you like to participate in an investigational study for people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event?

We're inviting you to take part in a study for adults who suffer from PTSD to evaluate the effect of the investigational drug on treating the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). All study-related visits, tests, care, and study drug will be provided at no cost. In addition, compensation for study-related travel may be provided. Health insurance is not required to participate.

The study will be evaluating the efficacy of an investigational study drug for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Volunteers who qualify to take part in the study may receive compensation for their time and travel expenses.

Participants may be eligible to take part in the PTSD Studies if you:

  • Are 18-65 years old
  • Have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event
All study-related care will be provided by a team of experienced doctors and nurses
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About PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric and mental disorder triggered by witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. Typically, when people experience a traumatic event, they may experience anxiety, depression, or have difficulty adjusting for a short period; however, with time and self-care, they will recover. When people continue to have uncontrollable and extreme symptoms lasting for months or years, this can be considered PTSD.1

Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be categorized into four (4) categories, and may include:

1. Intrusive memories symptoms:
  • Flashbacks
  • Upsetting nightmares
  • Unwanted memories
  • Extreme/emotional reactions to event triggers
2. Negative changes in thinking and mood symptoms
  • Difficulty with memory
  • Hopelessness
  • Negative thoughts
  • Difficulty with relationships
  • Detachment
  • Lack of interest
3. Avoidance symptoms
  • Avoiding activities that remind you of a traumatic event
  • Avoiding conversation that reminds you of a traumatic event
4. Changes in physical and emotional reactions
  • Being “on guard”
  • Being easily startled
  • Insomnia
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Guilt or shame
  • Destructive behavior

Seeking a diagnosis is an essential step in recovering from PTSD. Once individuals have a diagnosis, doctors can arrange a treatment plan to help manage the physical and emotional symptoms of PTSD. Psychotherapy, such as cognitive behavior therapy or exposure therapy, along with medication, can help those with PTSD recover.

The PTSD Studies is evaluating an investigational drug for adults who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and experience symptoms of PTSD.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Clinical Research Study?

A Clinical Research Study (also called a clinical trial) is a medical study that helps answer important questions about an investigational drug or device, such as: does it work, or how effective is it compared to another drug/device?

All medications must be tested in clinical research studies before they can be approved by regulatory authorities for doctors to prescribe to patients. Without people taking part in these studies, we would have no new treatments. The volunteers who participate in clinical research studies play a major role in helping to advance medicine.

The PTSD Studies will include various visits to a study site in your area and follow up phone calls at designated times.

All study-related care is provided at no cost to you. You do not need health insurance to participate.

Volunteers who take part in the study may receive compensation for their time and travel.
Participation is entirely voluntary. Even if you decide to take part in this study, you can change your mind about participating at any time.

There is no cost to participate in the PTSD Studies. If you qualify, the investigational drug, study-related tests, assessments, and visits will be provided to you at no cost. You will receive study-related care throughout the study from a team of experienced doctors and nurses.

Volunteers who take part in the studies may be compensated for their time and travel. Please discuss this with the study team when they contact you.

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How do I participate? If you have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and now have unwanted memories of the event, struggle with fear and anxiety, feel isolated from family and friends; or avoid situations that remind you of the trauma, for 6 or more months, you may have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). If you qualify to participate, and are interested, we will match you to a physician in your area conducting the PTSD Studies. The study team will then contact you and you may have the opportunity to participate if qualified.


If you think you would like to participate in the PTSD Studies and want to know more, please enter your information below. Keep in mind that participation is entirely voluntary. If you do decide to take part, you may change your mind about participating at any time.

About the PTSD Studies

The PTSD Studies will include patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and will be conducted at various study sites in the USA. All study-related care will be provided by a team of experienced doctors and nurses.

If you qualify for a study, you will visit a study site in your area throughout the study.

The PTSD Studies will be evaluating the effectiveness of an investigational study drug in treating the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Volunteers who qualify to take part in the study may receive compensation for their time and travel.

Who can take part in the PTSD Studies?

Participants may be eligible to take part in the PTSD Studies if you:

  • Are 18-65 years old
  • Have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event

All study-related care will be provided by a team of experienced doctors and nurses.