Depression Research Opportunities
Depression can often feel lonely, but you are not alone – about 21 million adults have reported a Major Depressive Episode.1 Depression isn’t simply “feeling sad;” it can also include feeling low energy, having poor sleep, feeling emotionally numb, or losing interest in things you used to enjoy. Joining a research study may lead to possible treatments that could help manage depression for you and others.
Check your eligibility
First, click “Get started” to complete a set of questions to see if you may be eligible for a study.
Receive study opportunities
Based on your responses, our team may reach out to you with relevant study opportunities.
Join a study
Once you find a study opportunity that is right for you, our Study Team will guide you through the study enrollment process.
Complete study-related activities and/or possible treatment
Your activities will vary based on the study you’re a part of. Possible treatment during studies may include, but are not limited to receiving a study-approved drug (e.g. antidepressant(s)), and either investigational drug or placebo, completing periodic surveys, completing visits with study doctors/team, and/or interacting with investigational therapeutics.
Compensation for time and study-related travel may be provided
If you're eligible for a study, you may receive study-related care at no cost. Compensation for time and study-related travel may be provided.
Each research study is different
There may be various research opportunities available, and each one has different considerations. The study team can inform you of options and key factors.
Joining depression research could help improve possible treatments. Find a clinic near you.