We conduct clinical studies for Alzheimer's Disease, Depression & Parkinson's Disease.
Established in 2003, our mission is to help improve the lives of individuals, families, and communities. We conduct clinical studies that aide in the development of new medications for neuropsychiatric disorders. We pride ourselves on our high standard of direct patient care and stress the importance of patient safety above all else. As a small clinical trial site, we are more responsive to a patient's needs and provide support during every step of the clinical study process.
We understand the need for more effective medications that may provide better treatment outcomes than what is currently available on the market. We carefully review the science and data when accepting new clinical studies to help give our patients the best possible care options. We are proud of the work we have done which has helped bring 11 new medications to market. As science and medicine evolves, we will continue to offer our patients the most advanced, cutting-edge treatments available.
Feeling depressed? We are working on several new depression medications that work differently than or in conjunction with typical antidepressants and are aiming to provide faster and more complete relief of depressive symptoms.
Feeling forgetful? Keystone offers trial participation at each stage of Alzheimer's Disease, for those who are asymptomatic, those experiencing mild cognitive impairment or mild AD, and those with moderate to severe Alzheimer's Disease.
With a diagnosis comes a barrage of treatment options and opinions from everyone around you. Whether you are struggling personally or are helping a loved one navigate their way through an illness, it can be overwhelming. The care and treatment plan for you or a loved one is not an easy or small decision. Keystone Clinical Studies focuses on finding the best treatment options available.
When an individual is interested in participating in a clinical trial, the first step is to complete brief clinical assessments with our staff to better understand the progression or severity of their condition. Results of these assessments are reviewed with one of our physicians, and based on those results, our physician will discuss which trial would be most appropriate and address any questions or concerns.
Learn more about our clinical studies and see if we are currently running any studies that could help you.