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Clinical Research Participants Needed!
Altasciences LA (a clinical research organization located in Cypress, CA) is looking for healthy Japanese participants for a clinical trial of an investigational intranasal medicine which is being developed for the potential treatment of suicidality (suicidal thoughts, ideas, or behaviors) in patients with major depressive disorder.
Qualifications & Information
- Compensation up to $3,800
- Trial related procedures at no cost
- Transportation and accommodation assistance
Qualifications to Participate:
- Healthy Japanese males and females
- Age 18 to 55
- Body weight over 50.0kg
- Have a Body Mass Index (BMI) between 18.5 and 32 kg/m² *Check your BMI here
- Non-Smokers for the last 3 months
- Available for 1 screening visit, a 5-night stay, and 1 phone call follow-up
To see if you qualify, sign up using the form above, and one of our agents will be in touch within two business days.
For any questions, call our Japanese Line at 1 877 997-9228 and mention Study Number J-31500.
Volunteers needed for paid studies now!
What to expect
For those who have never participated in a clinical trial, we understand that it can feel somewhat intimidating, and may make you wonder if you should participate at all. Clinical trial participation is essential to the development of new, life-changing treatments and medicines. We need volunteers like you to help us in our mission to advance global health. That being said, it’s our duty to ensure that you are as informed as possible about what to expect when participating in paid clinical trials at Altasciences LA.Learn More >
Our volunteers are our greatest asset, and their safety is paramount. Our trained medical personnel can not only provide the highest standard of care, but can respond to any situation or emergency.Read More
Our facilities are designed with comfort in mind, we make every effort to provide amenities to meet each patients personal needs.Read More
If you want to know more about clinical trials or are considering participating in one, the following frequently asked questions describe the role of a patient and will help you understand this unique research program.