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Alcohol Use Disorder Clinical Trials

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


Found (11) clinical trials

Prevention of Drug Use in Adolescence: Intervening in Parenting Styles

To investigate whether brief motivational intervention is associated with the change of parenting style in parents of teenagers seeking to prevent drug use among their children.


Safety and Pharmacodynamic Study of GET 73 in Alcohol Dependent

Examination of the effect of GET 73 on alcohol pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics (intoxication and sedation)and safety profile in alcohol-dependent individuals.To evaluate whether GET 73, as compared to placebo, results in diminished cue-reactivity responses to alcohol cues in terms of urge to drink during the cue reactivity session and results in ...


Prazosin to Reduce Stress-Induced Alcohol/Drug Craving and Relapse

To test the preliminary efficacy of 16.0 mg of Prazosin daily versus placebo in treatment seeking alcohol dependent individuals. This proposal is a laboratory and treatment outcome study to examine the effects of Prazosin on brief exposure to stress, drug cues and neutral situations on alcohol and drug craving, mood ...


Testing a Promising Treatment for Youth Substance Abuse in a Community Setting

The overriding purpose of the randomized trial is to examine the effectiveness of a promising and efficient outpatient treatment of adolescent substance abuse delivered in a community-based treatment setting. Although several evidence-based treatments of adolescent substance abuse are emerging, none have experienced widespread adoption in community settings. Thus, as noted ...


Guanfacine to Reduce Relapse Risk in Women With Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)

Gender-specific variation in sympathetic sensitivity (Fox et al., 2014; Fox and Sinha, 2009; Cahill, 2003; Heinsbroek et al., 1991) may mean that guanfacine is particularly efficacious in attenuating drinking in women, rather than men with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Thus, the investigators propose a double blind, placebo-controlled, 10-week randomized clinical ...


Human Laboratory Study of Varenicline for Alcohol Use Disorder

This study is a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel group, two-site study designed to assess the effects of varenicline as compared with placebo on responses to in vivo alcohol cue exposure in the human laboratory setting. After signing informed consent, subjects will be screened for eligibility including medical history, physical examination, ...


Use of F-652 in Patients With Alcoholic Hepatitis

IL-22 is a member of the IL-10 family of cytokines which control bacterial infection, homeostasis, and tissue repair. IL-22 may be used to treat patients with ALD because of its antioxidant, anti-apoptotic, anti-steatotic, anti-microbial, and proliferative effect that have been demonstrated in various experimental systems. The sponsor has developed F-652, ...


Collaborative Care for Alcohol Use Disorders in the Patient-centered Medical Home

Excessive drinking (ED) and alcohol use disorders (AUD) remain one of the nation's leading public health problems, yet this problem is largely under-recognized and undertreated. Although many people with ED/AUD see a primary care physician annually, there has been limited research and implementation of models to treat ED/AUD in primary ...


Repurposing alpha1 Noradrenergic Antagonists for Alcoholism Treatment

OBJECTIVES The first objective of the current study is to examine norepinephrine alpha1 (NE-alpha1) receptor involvement in reactivity to unpredictable stressors in humans, by using the NPU stress task in conjunction with an alpha1-blocker, prazosin. The second objective of the study is to provide preliminary evidence that prazosin is effective ...


Ketamine for the Rapid Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder and Alcohol Use Disorder

The investigators will compare 3 treatment groups (ketamine plus naltrexone vs. ketamine alone vs. placebo) for treating major depressive disorder (MDD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD) in an 8-week randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, between-subjects trial. First, prior to the double-blind trial, the investigators will conduct an open-label trial that will include ...