Long Island TS Medical Research Study

Are you an adult struggling with frequent tics caused by Tourette’s Disorder? Learn more about this medical research study evaluating an investigational new drug that may help reduce tics associated with Tourette’s Disorder. North Shore University Hospital is one of several sites across the country assessing a new drug called ecopipam.

Potential subjects for this clinical study includes adults between the ages of 18 and 65 years old with an established diagnosis of Tourette’s Disorder. Participation in the study would include alternating weekly study visits and phone assessments for eight weeks. Qualified participants would receive study drug and study-related medical evaluations at no cost. Reimbursement for time and travel may also be provided.

 

 

CONTACT: Dr. at Cathy Budman 516-562-3223 or CBudman@nshs.edu; Study Coordinator Christina Lipinski at (516) 562- 3224 or CLipinski@nshs.edu


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