In the U.S., over 2% of the population will be diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) at some point during their life.  The diagnosis is approximately twice as prevalent in women compared to men.  OCD is characterized by recurring thoughts (obsessions), which lead to behaviors (compulsions).  While germs and cleanliness are common themes with OCD, there is a wide variety of obsessions and compulsions that people experience.  Oftentimes, this cycle interferes significantly with day-to-day life.

APG Research is testing a new medication to treat symptoms of OCD in patients ages 18-65 who are already taking an antidepressant.  Please contact us for more information about this opportunity.

Patients who qualify to participate in a study will receive:

  • Assessments by a Board Certified Psychiatrist
  • Investigational medication at no cost
  • Study-related care and monitoring
  • Compensation for time and travel

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APG Research provides extensive service to our sponsors, physicians and research patients. Our team has a combined 40 years of clinical research experience in adult and pediatric studies including Major Depression, Autism, Anxiety, Bipolar, OCD, ADHD and Schizophrenic Disorders.

Our research team has two full-time Board Certified Psychiatrists or PIs on site, a full-time rater, a full-time ARNP, two full-time CRCs, one assistant CRC and three Laboratory Technicians that specialize in Depression Treatments, ADHD Treatments and much more.

We screen/select our study patients from our private practice (APG Health) database. APG Health Group is the largest outpatient practice in the greater Orlando Area with fourteen clinicians treating 150-200 patients a day.

APG Research treats patients with Autism/PDD-NOS/Asperger’s, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Panic Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Schizophrenia, and other Mental Health Disorders. We see patients from ages 3 years to 70 years of age.