Last updated on November 2018

Study Assessing the Safety Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of SEP-363856 in Japanese Male and Female Subjects With Schizophrenia in 2 Parts (Part 1 and 2).


Brief description of study

This is a multiple oral dose, open-label study to assess the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of SEP-363856 in Japanese subjects with schizophrenia.

Detailed Study Description

This multicenter study will be conducted in 2 parts (Part 1 and 2). This is an ascending multiple oral dose, open-label study assessing the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of SEP-363856 in male and female subjects with schizophrenia. In part 1, subjects will have up to two visits, including a screening visit, and a 17-day in-clinic period. Eligible subjects will be admitted to the clinic on Day -4 to start or complete a taper/washout of their prior antipsychotic medication(s) under the supervision of the Investigator. On Day 1, after subjects have successfully completed the taper/washout of prior medication, subjects will be administered SEP 363856, and dosing with SEP 363856 will continue once-daily for 10 days in-clinic dosing. From Day 11 through Day 13, inclusive, subjects will be restabilized on their adequate antipsychotic medication(s) before clinic discharge on Day 14. Some subjects may require a longer restabilization process based on Investigator judgment. Subjects who discontinue the study prior to Day 13 will require an in-clinic stay for 3 days (or longer based on Investigator judgment) for restabilization on prior medications. In Part 2, Subjects will have up to two visits, including a screening visit, and a 21-day in-clinic period. Eligible subjects will be admitted to the clinic on Day -4 to start or complete a taper/washout of their prior antipsychotic medication(s) under the supervision of the Investigator. On Day 1, after subjects have successfully completed the taper/washout of prior medication, subjects will be administered SEP 363856, and dosing with SEP 363856 will continue once-daily for 14 days in-clinic dosing. From Day 15 through Day 17, inclusive, subjects will be restabilized on their adequate antipsychotic medication(s) before clinic discharge on Day 18. Some subjects may require a longer restabilization process based on Investigator judgment. Subjects who discontinue the study by Day 17 will require an in-clinic stay for 3 days (or longer based on Investigator judgment) for restabilization on prior medications.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03370640

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Hotei Hospital
Konan, Japan
3.38miles

Recruitment Status: Closed


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