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A listing of Aging medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (4) clinical trials

Brain Aging and Treatment Response in Geriatric Depression

This study is designed to conduct a double-blind placebo-controlled trial of Namenda (Memantine) as an augmentation to Lexapro (Escitalopram) in depressed older adults 60 years of age and older. Throughout the course of the study, the investigators anticipate screening about 400 subjects to recruit 134 participants in the first four ...


A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial of Anti-Aging Pro-Autophagy Effects of Metformin in Adults With Prediabetes

Anti-aging medicine is a burgeoning field. Accumulating evidence implicates the cellular process of autophagy as a primary mechanism of normal aging and the diseases associated with it. Autophagy is a process of "cellular recycling" and is known to affect a spectrum of health and disease states associated with aging, including ...


Effect of Pharmacological Heart Rate Reduction on Visco-elastic Properties of the Arterial Wall (BRADYVASC)

The conduit arteries exhibit a viscoelastic behavior. Visco-elasticity is partially regulated by endothelium and contributes to the optimization of the heart-vessel coupling. Aging or high resting heart rate (HR) could alter visco-elastic properties leading to increase stiffness of the conduit arteries, an independent cardiovascular risk factor, and degradation of heart-vessel ...


Telephone Counseling to Enhance the Quality and Safety of Romantic and Sexual Relationships in People Living and Aging With HIV

Estimated rates of condomless anal and vaginal intercourse among HIV-positive older adults remain high. Brief motivational interventions delivered face-to-face have demonstrated efficacy at reducing condomless sex in HIV-positive persons. However, these interventions are not contextualized to the unique sexual health needs of HIV-positive older adults. Further, many HIV-positive older adults ...