What to Expect

A clinical research study typically involves medical procedures and tests that will help evaluate the effects of the study drug being tested, but most importantly, to ensure your overall health and safety. Some of the medical procedures and tests may be conducted more than once depending on the study. These procedures and tests may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Body Mass Index

Body Mass Index

BMI is a number calculated from an individual’s height and weight. Most of our studies have specific BMI requirements that must be met so that you can be included in a study.

Urine sample

Urine sample

You will be asked for a urine sample to check if you have been using recreational drug like cannabis, cocaine, opiates, and other related drugs.

Vital signs

Vital signs

Your blood pressure, breathing rate, heart rate, and body temperature will be measured. An electrocardiogram or ECG will also be obtained to measure the electrical activity of your heart.

Treatment

Treatment

You will be given single or multiple doses of a study drug. Depending on the study, the drug may be taken orally by mouth, inhaled through the nose, or through a vein in your arm.

Blood Sampling

Blood Sampling

Blood samples will be collected for routine laboratory tests to check your overall health and to determine the amount of the study drug in your blood.

Computer assessments

Computer assessments

Computerized assessments are used for our recreational drug studies to see how you are feeling, test your balance, hand-eye coordination, and how fast your react after taking the study drug.

Don’t Know Your BMI?

Body Mass Index (BMI)

BMI CALCULATOR

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