Wanted: Adult ADHD Patients for a Clinical Trial to Evaluate an Investigational Medicine

Would you or someone you know like to participate in a research study for an investigational medicine to treat adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? The MEASURE Study is now recruiting adults who have been diagnosed with ADHD for a clinical trial taking place at 13 doctors’ offices in the U.S. and two in Israel.

As you may know, some patients who are prescribed medications for ADHD either do not respond to these treatments or cannot tolerate them.

The MEASURE Study will examine the effects of the investigational medicine on inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity in adults with ADHD. This medicine is not a stimulant and works differently than approved ADHD medications, including other non-stimulant drugs.

Are You Eligible?

Adults between the ages of 18 and 55 who have been diagnosed with ADHD may be eligible to participate in this clinical trial. It is open to women (who are not pregnant or breastfeeding) and men who can:

  • Understand, read, write and speak English fluently
  • Swallow tablets or capsules
  • Attend doctors’ appointments regularly and reliably

Study Locations

Participation in the MEASURE Study is completely free and will be conducted in physician offices in the following cities:

  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • San Francisco, California
  • Gainesville, Florida
  • Miami, Florida
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • St. Louis, Missouri
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Akron, Ohio
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Houston, Texas
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Herndon, Virginia
  • Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Haifa, Israel

Reasons to Participate

Participating in a clinical research study gives you the opportunity to play an active part in your own healthcare and help others with ADHD. One half of the participants in the MEASURE Study will receive investigational ADHD medicine and the other half will receive a placebo that contains no active ingredients. But all participants will be contributing to research that could lead to better treatments for everyone living with ADHD.

If you are interested in participating, call 844-402-3990 or visit www.ADHDmeasurestudy.com for more information.


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      • Shean
      • June 30, 2018

      Hi from South Africa – Cape Town
      Diagnosed Age 33 with ADHD Combined including, Comorbidities include: Anxiety and Depressive Episodes.
      Now I am age 41 and I still don’t understand why some Stimulants can put me to sleep and unlike other people I have a increase in appetite.
      I feel I could be hugely benefitial to research studies and clinical trials – ADHD, ADDICTION.

      • Kelly
      • May 4, 2018

      Diagnosed with ADHD and would like to participate in this trial. Located in Houston, Texas.

    1. Reply

      Hi, My Name is Marnie langley, I would realy like to be in a clinical study. My doctor calls me an unique case. However I am 65. However I am a young 65 and quite healthy.
      Thank you, Marnie

      • Ray Morgan
      • March 8, 2018

      I live in the UK and have a 17 year old grandson with ADHD. His medication has some effect but we still have along way to go to consider his condition as “managed”. I have been employed in adult education for over 40 years during which time I have found certain types of communication and methods are more effective with some people. Some of these techniques have worked well with my grandson and I am keen to see if these can be developed to help him and others. I would like to find a University or similar respected organisation to conduct some research in a professional manner so that, if successful, the results can be made available to the medical profession. I would be grateful if you could provide the name and contact details of anyone you feel might be interested in working with me. I am more than willing to travel to the US if necessary.
      Many thanks. Ray

      • Steven Sabo
      • December 30, 2017

      I am interested and live close to Baltimore. The only problem is that I am 58. Can the age limit be waived?

    2. Reply

      I would love to volunteer but I live in New Jersey. So if you ever have a study in NJ or NY please let me know.

      • Jill Chester
      • August 6, 2017

      Hi. Im very interested. I live in Massachusetts. Are there any future research studies available there? MY ADHD has taken over the last 10 years of my adult life. Looking back, I’ve always had symptoms beginning as a child but nothing compared to the last 10 years (I’m 39 years old).. I am always educating myself and reading articles. Despite it being a major inconvience, I also find it facinating, if that makes sense? I want to have a brain scan to confirm my severe adhd. Even though I have been diagnosed, seeing the concrete evidence would ease my mind more than anything. If any opportunities are available, Id willingly participate.


      • Debbie
      • February 20, 2017

      Is there prehaps another trial in Tel Aviv?
      I am intrested.

      • brandy hatcher
      • February 8, 2017

      Interested if you do studies in baton rouge, la

      • Desiree Buck
      • January 26, 2017

      Very interested

      • Terri
      • November 4, 2016

      I am interested

      • Cody power
      • October 24, 2016

      I am interested

        • Rhonda Curatola
        • October 29, 2016

        I am on paxil for anxiety but I have hyper activity and ocd tendencies moreso but because I go to a “clinic”, paxil is all they can prescribe n it doesn’t help… I am still hyper pull my hair out tweeze hair on legs…for hours on end..I’m from Youngstown Ohio but would be willing to travel to Akron.if u qualify…

    3. Reply

      I am very interested

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