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Clinical trials - also known as clinical studies or research protocols - are conducted to test whether a new drug, new prevention strategy, or new screening test is safe and effective in people. Participation is always voluntary. Baylor College of Medicine investigators conduct hundreds of studies, ranging from small, short-term studies to large trials with thousands of patients across many institutions.

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This study is recruiting patients who present to our emergency department and are participating in some of the research studies we are conducting.
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Healthy Volunteers - Adult
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
The Zoster Eye Disease Study (ZEDS), supported by the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health, aims to determine the best…
  • Eye and Vision
This study is recruiting patients who present to our Emergency Department with acute mild traumatic brain injury (TBI).
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
Feasibility Evaluation of the Access BNP Assay
This study is recruiting patients who present to our Emergency Department with signs and symptoms of heart failure.
This study is recruiting patients who present to our Emergency Department with signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Heart
Zonisamide as a new treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and co-occurring alcohol use disorder
  • Healthy Volunteers - Adult
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
  • Substance Abuse
  • Veteran Health
A Multicenter, 52-week, provider- randomized, pragmatic trial to assess the differences in ABILIFY MYCITE.
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
The primary objective of this proposal is to test neuroinflammatory pathways in a well-characterized group of Gulf War veterans with and without Gulf…
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
  • Veteran Health
This study focuses on individuals with recent medically-severe suicide attempt, who are at high risk for suicide and non-suicide mortality.
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Psychiatry and Behavior
  • Veteran Health