Paid Research Studies in Nashville, Tennessee

Alzheimer's Study

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, consider participating in this new research study. We are enrolling people ages 55-85 who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. We are looking for individuals who in the mild to moderate stages of the disease.

To qualify to participate, you must:

  • Be between the ages of 55 and 85
  • Have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
  • Have mild to moderate Alzheimer’s.
  • Have no history of stroke.

The study lasts a total of 78 weeks. Twelve visits to our offices are required.  You will be evaluating either an investigational medication for Alzheimer’s or a placebo (inactive ingredient).

Compensation for your time and travel are available. Click here for more information on the Alzheimer's study.


Alzheimer's With Insomnia Study

Clinical Research Associates is currently conducting a research study for people ages 50-90 who have Alzheimer's and suffer from insomnia with the disease.  To qualify to participate, you must:

  • Be between ages 50 and 90
  • Have Alzheimer's and problems sleeping
  • Have no history of stroke
  • Have a trial partner/caregiver

The study lasts 9 weeks. 3 office visits and 3 over nights in a sleep lab are required. Compensation for your time and travel are available for patient and caregiver up to $2,400 total. Click here for more information on the Alzheimer's Insomnia study.


Binge Eating Study

Has food taken over your life? If so, you might suffer from binge eating. We are enrolling a new research study designed to help you end binge eating. To qualify to participate, you must:

  • Be between ages 18 and 55.
  • Be in general good health.

The study lasts 18 weeks. 13 visits to our offices are required. You will be evaluating either an investigational medication or placebo. Compensation for your time and travel are available. Click here for more information on the Binge Eating study.


Low Testosterone Study (for Men)

Clinical Research Associates is enrolling a new research study for men who have been diagnosed wtih hypogonadism or low testosterone, or are experiencing sexual symptoms such as problems with erections or lack of desire. To participate, you must be:

  • Male
  • Between the ages of 18 and 65
  • Diagnosed with hypogonadism or low testosterone or experiencing symptoms

This clinical trial is to evaluate an investigational medication. All study-related medication and care are provided at no charge. In addition, you may be compensated for your time and travel. Click here for more information on the Low Testosterone study.


Meningitis Vaccine Study

Meningitis is a very agressive type of bacterial infection. It is more prone to spread on college campuses, in dormitories, classrooms, or camps. Clinical Research Associates is enrolling participants in an investigational vaccine research study. To participate, you must:

  • Have not had a meningitis vaccine
  • Have not had the meningitis vaccine in 4 years
  • Be between the ages of 10 and 25

Participants will receive either the investigational vaccine or a placebo. For people that have had the vaccine before the study will be around a yearlong with 4 office and 2 phone calls.  For people that have never had the vaccine the study will be around 5 years long with 9 office visits and 3 phone calls. Click here for more information on the Meningitis Vaccine Study.


Migraine Headache Study

People suffering from migraine headaches may have intense throbbing in one area of the head. Sometimes this is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light and sound. Clinical Research Associates is enrolling participants in a migraine headache research study. To participate, you must:

  • Have been suffering from migraines for at least 3 months
  • Be age 18 or older
  • Have had at least 2 moderate to severe migraine attacks per month.

Participants will reecive either a placebo (inactive ingredient) or an investigational medication for migraine treatment. 3 visits over an 11-week period are required. Click here for more information on the Migraine Headache Study.