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Alcohol Dependence Clinical Trials

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


Found (13) clinical trials

New Approaches to Smoking Cessation in Heavy Drinkers

The purpose of the proposed project is to develop and test a 12-week integrated cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention for smoking and alcohol (SA) + varenicline (Chantix) among heavy drinking smokers (i.e., CBT for SA). The project involves two phases. In Phase 1, an open-label pre-pilot study of CBT for SA ...


Role of CYP2B6 CYP3A4 and MDR1 in the Metabolic Clearance of Methadone

Methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) has been used to rehabilitate the opiate addict resulting in a higher quality of life for the patient as well as improving social and psychological functioning while reducing the overall cost to society. The maintenance dose of methadone is highly variable between patients, and drug-drug interactions ...


CHERL Connecting Primary Care Patients With Community Resources to Facilitate Behavior Change

What is this about? Prescription for Health (P4H) is a national initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Nine projects have been funded nationally in this second round to advance the goals of improving health behavior identification and delivery in primary care practice. Each project is conducted through a ...


A Study of the Abuse Potential of Lasmiditan in Participants Who Are Recreational Drug Users

The purpose of this study is to assess the abuse potential of study drug lasmiditan. Lasmiditan will be compared to a marketed benzodiazepine, alprazolam (positive control), as well as to placebo (dummy substance that looks like lasmiditan or alprazolam without any active drug) to determine the potential for drug abuse. ...


A Phase 1 clinical study for patients using Placebo, 125 mg AZD0530, 50 mg AZD0530

To assess the effect of oral AZ D0530 at various doses on neuroimaging parameters associated with various forms of impulsivity mediated through glutamate-dopamine interactions, as ascertained through functional magnetic resonance imaging. -- --NOTE-- AZD0530 dosage of 50mg was discontinued by manufacturer. Adjustments were made to account for the removal of ...


Ethanol and Cannabinoid Effects on Simulated Driving and Related Cognition

To study the effects of ethanol clamped at BAC 0.04% and THC (1.05 mg in a 70 kg individual) on driving.


Minocycline's Effects on Alcohol Responses in Humans

This is a double-blind, placebo-controlled, outpatient study with a between-groups design. Sixty male and female heavy social drinkers will be randomly assigned to minocycline (200 or 400 mg/day) or placebo for 10 days. In the first 7 days of treatment, subjects will have 3 outpatient visits for medication administration, dispensing ...


Neuroendocrine Response to Oral Alcohol Administration

This study proposes to examine both the peripheral and central nervous system responses when light social drinkers and binge/heavy social drinkers are exposed to intravenous infusion of ethanol. The findings will provide a greater understanding of the brain mechanisms (cerebral blood flow and functional connectivity) underlying the association between stress, ...


Ethanol and Cannabinoid Effects on Simulated Driving and Related Cognition: Substudy III

To study the effects of ethanol clamped at BAC 0.04% (equivalent to consuming approximately 2 drinks over 1 hour) and oral Dronabinol (10 mg capsule) on driving.


Lifestyle Physical Activity Intervention for Depressed Alcohol Dependent Women

Alcohol use disorders (AUDs) are the 3rd leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. and are associated with significant economic burden and health-related negative consequences. While women may be less likely to develop AUDs, they experience more significant negative health consequences of alcohol use than men. Due to stigma, ...