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PAREXEL Early Phase Unit
Clinical Trials & Research Studies


Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss study
Memory Loss Research
Type 2 Diabetes Clinical Research Trial
Healthy Research Volunteers Needed
Parkinsonís Disease Study
Symptomatic Orthostatic Hypotension Research Trial


Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss studyreturn to the top of the page
The PAREXEL Early Phase Unit, located at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, MD is currently seeking Volunteers to participate in a clinical research trial to evaluate a new Investigational medication for Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss.

We are recruiting the following populations:

The study involves up to 6 screening visits which may include the following at no cost to you:

If you qualify, you may receive up to $5,090 in compensation after completion of a 6 day / 5 night in-house stay at our unit and 4 outpatient visits.

For more information, please visit our website www.baltimoretrials.com, Email us, or contact us toll free at 1-800-797-2448 (Monday to Friday between 9AM and 5PM).


Memory Loss Research return to the top of the page
If you are between the ages of 50-85 and experiencing memory loss, you may be eligible to participate.

Complete physical exam and memory loss diagnostic test at no cost (PET*, MRI, CSF) *New technological brain imaging test
Receive up to $5,090 after completion of a 5 night and 6 day inpatient stay (In case of early termination, compensation depends on the length of study participation)

PAREXEL has been leading pharmaceutical development in col-laboration with top pharmaceutical companies for many years, and has conducted studies with more than 10,000 volunteers which led to published articles in numerous scientific journals.

Help us gather valuable research information. To learn more of find out if you may be eligible to participate, please call: 1-800-797-2448, Email us, or visit www.baltimoretrials.com


Type 2 Diabetes Clinical Research Trialreturn to the top of the page

The PAREXEL Early Phase Unit, located at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore is currently seeking Volunteers to participate
in a clinical research trial to evaluate new Investigational medications for Type 2 Diabetes.

To qualify you must be:
Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes • Ages 18 and over.

Studies may involve both outpatient visits and inpatient stays at our clinic. If you qualify and complete a study you may receive between $ 2,000 and $8,500 in compensation.

To register and receive more information, please visit our website www.baltimoretrials.com, Email us, or contact us toll free at 1-800-797-2448 (Monday to Friday between 9AM and 5PM).
Please reference the TYPE 2 DIABETES Trial


Healthy Research Volunteers Neededreturn to the top of the page
The PAREXEL Clinical Pharmacology Research Unit located at Harbor Hospital is now seeking volunteers to participate in clinical research trials that evaluate experimental medications.
We are looking to enroll individuals who are:
• Healthy • Male or Female • 18 to 75 years of age

Length of participation and number of unit visits vary by study.
Some require overnight stays and others are strictly outpatient visits.

Depending on the study, participants could receive compensation ranging from $1,200 to $6,000 upon completion
Please contact us toll free at 1-877-61-STUDY or 1-877-617-8839. You may also Email us or visit www.baltimoretrials.com


Parkinson’s Disease Studyreturn to the top of the page

If you are 35-70 years old, you may be eligible for a medical research study sponsored by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. You must have a PD diagnosis for 10 years or less and have been 30 years old or older at the time of diagnosis. Women must be postmenopausal or surgically sterile. ?
• What is the goal of this study?
To assess the safety and tolerability of an oral medication administered over 14 days.The compound is being tested for its effect on cognition in PD.
• What is involved if I participate?
The study involves an initial overnight inpatient stay. You will be sent home with additional doses of the study drug and, over the course of the study, take medication over a range of 20-33 days. Then, there will be a second inpatient stay, outpatient visits and
follow-up phone calls.
• Will I be compensated for participation?
Participants receive study procedures at no cost. You will be compensated $1,570-$2,070, depending upon the part of the study in which you participate.

Please contact us: 1-800-797-2448, Email us, or visit www.baltimoretrials.com. This study is sponsored by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.


Symptomatic Orthostatic Hypotension Research Trialreturn to the top of the page

The PAREXEL Early Phase Unit, located at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, MD is currently seeking Volunteers to participate in a clinical research trial to evaluate the effects of Midodrine vs. placebo on patients with Symptomatic Orthostatic Hypotension (SOH).

We are recruiting the following populations:
• Males and Females
• Aged 18 and over
• You have a documented history of
Symptomatic Orthostatic Hypotension
• You have been on a stable dose of Midodrine
for at least 3 months

The study involves one screening visit, one in-house stay of up to 20 days / 19 nights and one follow up telephone call.

If you qualify and complete the study you may receive up to $2,475.00 Please reference in compensation.

For more information, please visit our website www.baltimoretrials.com, Email us, or contact us toll free at 1-800-797-2448  (Monday to Friday between 9AM and 5PM).



PAREXEL is conveniently located from I-95 just over the Hanover Street Bridge, From I-95 north take exit 55 from I-95 south take exit 54.


For more information on any of these study's, please contact:

PAREXEL Early Phase Unit

Phone: 1-800-797-2448 - Please reference the study you are interested in.
Email: PAREXEL - Early Phase Unit
Website: www.baltimoretrials.com

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