Clinical Research 
  
What is a Clinical Research?
A clinical trial is a research study in which volunteers receive investigational treatments under the supervision of qualified physicians, also known as, investigators. Clinical trials are conducted to determine the benefits of investigational drugs.​​

New Alzheimer's drug undergoing trials in our office.  Click on photo below for information on the clinical trial.

​​Benefits of Participation in Clinical Research:
  • Play a more active role in your own health care
  • Gain access to treatments not yet available to the public
  • Contribution to medical research that can lead to treatments or cures in the future
  • Receive comprehensive evaluation, laboratory testing, study-related medications, education and support.​​​​
​​Participating Subjects Receive Services at  NO COST​:
  • A comprehensive evaluation
  • All study related medication
  • Travel expenses vary but are a part of participation. In addition we offer continued clinical services at GAP if you choose not to participate in a study.  
​​Research Inquires
To inquire about any ongoing clinical trials, please email our Director of Clinical Research, Andrea DeClement at  a.declement@gapcare.org .