Clinical Research Opportunities

Help bring advanced medical treatments to those who need them most.

Clinical Research Advances Healthcare Innovations for a Positive Impact on Brain Health

The Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic hosts a variety of exciting clinical trials through our sister company, Centre for Neurology Studies.

The Centre for Neurology Studies (CNS) conducts brain and mental health research that breaks barriers and pushes limits for a positive societal impact.

Our studies are reviewed by a third-party research ethics board and authorized by regulators (Health Canada/FDA). We maintain the highest level of participant safety. All participation is voluntary, and most studies include compensation.

What is a Clinical Trial?

Clinical trials are key to discovering new ways to prevent, detect and treat disease to improve the health of current and future generations. They are research studies performed by certified professionals to find out whether a product – such as a drug or medical device – is safe and effective for people.

Participating in a clinical trial can be a great opportunity to gain access to a product that is not yet available in the healthcare system. The people who participate in trials are volunteers. They may be patients with a specific disease, or healthy people wanting to contribute to the advancement of medical knowledge.

Our Active Research Studies

A patient with Parkinson's disease getting a consultation

Parkinson’s Disease Therapy Study

We are seeking individuals with Parkinson’s Disease for a study investigating the impact of multimodal non-invasive neuromodulation and intensive physical therapy on balance.

A photo of a person with Alcohol Use Disorder refusing alcohol.

Psilocybin and Alcohol Use Disorder Study

If you are between 18-70 years of age and have a desire to reduce or stop alcohol consumption, you may be eligible to participate in a study involving psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy.

A person with Treatment Resistant Depression looking out the window

Psilocybin and Treatment Resistant Depression Study

Study coming soon.

For more information, visit the Centre for Neurology website here.

Why It Matters

Through clinical trials research, many common treatments and medical devices have been tested and evaluated before being made available to the public. With your help, we can continue to make medical advances to treat a variety of neurological conditions, and optimize brain health.

Know someone else who might be interested in participating?

Receive up to $150 through our refer-a-friend program.

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