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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 (40) clinical trials

Study of Structural Imaging

Objective The purpose of this protocol is to characterize cerebellar volumes and function in alcoholics and recovery of cerebellar volume and function during early abstinence. This study also investigates how cerebrocerebellar circuits contribute to cognitive and motor impairment in alcoholism. Study Population Healthy volunteers and Inpatient participants with alcohol use ...

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ADHD: Gaps Between Patients With Alcohol-dependence and Impact on Relapse

Some recent studies have found that adult attention deficit - hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was frequent among patients with alcohol-dependence. However, no investigation has ever addressed whether ADHD may impact the drinking outcome. Moreover, most of the different aforementioned studies assessed ADHD using the ADHD self-report scale (ASRS). The ASRS is ...

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Study of Familiarity in Alcohol Dependence

Familiarity will be tested by a specific familiarity task using an original paradigm. This paradigm allows the analysis of familiarity as a quantitative process as well as the analysis of personal familiarity to each subject. Three familiar and three unfamiliar faces are morphed in pairs for each participant. The displayed ...

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Exploring Gut-Brain and Brain-Gut Interactions in Alcohol Use Disorder Via Microbiota Investigations: A Pilot Study

Objective An increasing body of preclinical literature suggests a role of the gut microbiota in a wide range of medical disorders, including neuropsychiatric diseases like autism, anxiety, and depression. Preliminary studies have reported alterations in microbiota composition, inflammation, and intestinal permeability in alcohol-dependent patients. However, there is little research on ...

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Advanced Functional and Structural MRI Techniques for Neuropharmacological Imaging

Objective Functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging techniques have proven essential for noninvasive mapping of brain physiology and pathology. The primary objective of this protocol is to develop advanced magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy (MRI and MRS) techniques for neuroimaging studies related to addiction. These neuroimaging techniques will be used ...

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A Phased-Implementation Feasibility and Proof-of-Concept Study to Assess Incorporating the NIDA CTN Common Data Elements (CDEs) Into the Electronic Health Record (EHR) in Large Primary Care Settings ("CDE-EHR-PC" Study) Phase 3

SPECIFIC AIMS To program the NIDA CTN CDEs, the NIDA/ASAM electronic Clinical Quality Measure (eCQM), and a lean decision support module into Epic. To study the process of implementation of screening and referral using Epic-driven CDEs and CDS in three primary care clinics / practices, including defining potential barriers and ...

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Developing Field Tools for Real-Time Assessment of Exposure to Psychosocial Stress and Drug Use in an Outpatient Treatment Population

Background. This protocol arose in response to NIH s Genes and Environment Initiative (GEI). There is no genetic component to this protocol (update: no genetics initially but added by amendment in February 2013); rather, the goal is to develop field-deployable measures of environmental influences (stressors, drug exposure, etc.) that can ...

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Retinoic Acid Homeostasis in Neuropsychiatric Diseases

Retinoids comprise of a group of small-molecule derivatives of Vitamin A with retinoic acid (RA) representing the biologically most active endogenous form. RA has multiple functions central nervous system (CNS). It is hypothesized, that local RA homeostasis is functionally involved in the pathophysiology of numerous neuropsychiatric diseases.

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Functional Connectivity Changes During Early Recovery as a Marker for Relapse

The study purpose is to examine whether there are structural or functional differences in the brains of individuals who use cocaine or amphetamines as opposed to control participants who have never used cocaine or amphetamines. More specifically, it will allow the investigator to see how the brain changes once people ...

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Predicting Dropout and Outcome From Neuropsychological Functions in SUD Patients

This project collects the neuropsychological profile of residential SUD patients, in addition to treatment length, exit reason, hospital journal data and post-treatment clinical outcome data. The project aims to identify clinically relevant neurocognitive domains that predict treatment dropout and post-treatment clinical outcome. This will make it possible for future clinicians ...

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