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Welcome to Evolution Research Group!
Together we are one of the largest research organizations in the nation focusing on the conduct of clinical trials for healthy individuals and those suffering from psychiatric disorders, pain, Alzheimer’s, hepatic, renal and other debilitating diseases. Our research subjects make medical discoveries and scientific developments possible and we are here to support you.
Choosing to participate in a clinical research trial is a personal decision. Our research specialists are here to answer your questions and to help you along the way. Contact us today to see how you can be a part of identifying breakthrough treatments.
Studies We Conduct at Evolution Research Group
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Binge Eating
- Bipolar Disorder
- Chronic Back Pain
- Chronic Migraine
- Essential Tremor
- Human Abuse Liability
- Healthy Volunteers
- Hepatic Impairment
- Major Depressive Disorder
- Memory Loss
- Opioid Addiction
- Renal Impairment
- Senior Healthy Volunteers
- Smoking Cessation
- Tardive Dyskinesia
Clinical Research Education & Blog
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive movement disorder that affects an estimated 1 million people in the U.S. With PD, nerve cells in the brain break down or die. Many of these nerve cells produce dopamine, a chemical messenger in the brain. This causes abnormal brain activity and impairs movement along with other PD symptoms.
Deciding whether to get treatment for a medical issue isn’t always a luxury you want to extend. For instance, a tiny cut that barely draws blood doesn’t call for an ER visit. But antibiotic cream and band-aids won’t help everything. Mental health illnesses like depression are often attributed to a bad patch, temporary stress at
Depression is ranked as one of the most disabling diseases in the world. In the U.S. alone, major depressive disorder (MDD) affects more than 16 million adults. With treatment, around 70% of those with clinical depression can improve, often in a matter of weeks. Despite this, about two-thirds of those with depression never seek treatment. Without