Patients come to Brain Research Center on their own initiative or are referred by their treating physician. Brain Research Center determines whether the patient can participate in a study. Patients are usually treated with the new drug or with a placebo (inactive drug). There are also studies in which all participants receive the real medicine. A study takes between 6 months and a number of years. During the research, the patient and their partner are supported by the Brain Research Center’s team of specialists (neurologists, geriatricians, study coordinators, research doctors, and neuropsychologists).
View the frequently asked questions for more information about participating in drug research.
Research into new medicines is important for the future, but it can also have advantages for you as a patient. During the research you will receive optimal guidance, the clinical picture is properly monitored and you can benefit from the possible effect of the new medicine. Interested? Register at Brain Research Center.