Parkinson's Disease Study at Wake Research

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Updated on 20 October 2021
motor symptoms


Now recruiting for a clinical study in patients with Parkinson's disease.
Do you, or someone you know, have Parkinson's disease?
Patient volunteers are needed for the Galliarde Study, a clinical research study to evaluate the safety of and how well the body handles ABBV-951.
  • ABBV-951 is an investigational product that is being developed for the control of motor symptoms - like tremors, slow movement and stiffness - due to Parkinson's disease (PD).
  • ABBV-951 has not been approved by regulatory agencies (such as the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] in the USA as an example).
  • ABBV-951 is a formulation of carbidopa and levodopa, which are medications commonly used to treat symptoms in PD.
  • ABBV-951 will be given daily through a continuous, 24-hour subcutaneous infusion. A pump device will gradually deliver it through a small plastic cannula (a type of needle) inserted under the skin. This is similar to how insulin can be delivered using an infusion pump for diabetics.
All eligible participants will receive the active study drug.


Qualified participants may receive:

  • Study-related medication at no cost
  • Study-related medical exams at no cost
  • Compensation up to $1,680 for time and travel

Condition Parkinson's disease
Clinical Study IdentifierTX227280
Last Modified on20 October 2021

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