Yale Depression Research Program
The Yale Depression Research Program is committed to advancing the treatment of unipolar depression by improving our ability to diagnose and treat mood disorders through a variety of research studies.
Who is eligible for research?
For most studies, men and women between 18 and 65 years of age who meet criteria for major depression and are free from recent drug and/or alcohol abuse are potentially eligible.
Potential subjects will be screened by phone to rule out any obvious exclusion criteria. Those who may be eligible for a study will be invited to our clinic for a comprehensive evaluation free of charge.
For more information about our clinic and current research studies, please call Donna Fasula at 203-764-9131.
|Efficacy and Tolerability of Riluzole in Treatment Resistant Depression|
Principal Investigator: Gerard Sanacora
|Examining The Effect Of Ketamine On Glutamate/Glutamine Cycling|
Principal Investigator: Chadi Abdallah
|Glutamate-Glutamine Cycling (VCYC) During Cocaine Abstinence Using 13C-MRS|
Disease/Condition: Cocaine Dependence
Principal Investigator: Robert Malison
|PET imaging of mGluR5 with drug challenge|
Disease/Condition: Major Depressive Disorder
Principal Investigator: Irina Esterlis