Are you taking an antidepressant and feeling somewhat better, but still experiencing symptoms like sadness, loss of interest or pleasure?

If so, there may be other options. Local doctors are conducting a research study for an investigational medication for people with depression currently taking an antidepressant.

Get started. Click here to see if you may qualify.

Depression affects many lives

Are you feeling better but not where you want to be and still experiencing depressive symptoms like fatigue, sadness, and loss of interest in your favorite activities?

You have plenty of company. Major depressive disorder (MDD) affects nearly 15 million American adults in a given year. And for some of these people, current antidepressants provide limited relief from their symptoms.

Because depression impacts so many lives and is difficult to manage, researchers are working to develop new medications that may improve depression symptoms in the future.

Researching new options for depression

Clinical research doctors are currently enrolling people with depression who are taking an antidepressant for a research study. This study will evaluate the safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of an investigational medication for depression symptoms.

If you haven't been able to get relief from your symptoms, you may be eligible to participate in this study. If you qualify, you may receive investigational study drugs, coverage for your current prescription antidepressant, study-related care at no cost, and compensation for your time and travel.