Aspen Clinical Research is participating in a study of an investigational medication for patients with Parkinson’s disease who feel excessively sleepy during the day. The study will look at whether the investigational medication can help patients feel more awake and alert throughout the day. It will also look at the safety of the investigational medication.
You may be able to take part if you:
- are between 50 and 80 years of age
- have a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease
- experience excessive daytime sleepiness, despite spending 6 or more hours in bed.
The study will last for approximately 6 weeks and will require up to 7 visits to the study center. All study-related care will be provided at no cost.
Your first visit to the research clinic will be a screening visit. During this visit you will meet with a study coordinator to fully review study details. If you decide to participate, a more in-depth assessment of your health will take place to determine your final eligibility. If you are eligible and choose to enroll, you will be required to return to our research clinic at various times for treatment and follow-up visits.
Space in the study is limited. Health insurance is not required. All clinical visits, medications, and physical exams are provided to you at no cost. You may be compensated for the time and travel involved in this study.
Please complete the form below to see if you pre-qualify for the study. All information you provide to Aspen Clinical Research will remain strictly confidential.
Disclaimer: Not all individuals that complete the online questionnaire will qualify for the study. An in-depth study and medical evaluation must be completed in person in order to qualify for the study.