Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trials: A Clinical Research Study for Agitation in Alzheimer's Disease | Alzheimer's, ADHD, Autism, Brain Injury Treatment, Mood Disorders New Jersey: The NeuroCognitive Institute

Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials: A Clinical Research Study for Agitation in Alzheimer’s Disease

TRIADTM Research Study

We are currently seeking patients for the TRIAD Research Study. The study is evaluating the effectiveness, safety, and tolerability of an investigational medication that may reduce symptoms of agitation due to Alzheimer’s disease.

Agitation can be defined as the presence of one or more of the following behaviors:

  • Excessive motor activity (eg, pacing or wandering)
  • Verbal aggression (eg, screaming or cursing)
  • Physical aggression (eg, hitting or kicking)

Agitation due to Alzheimer’s disease can make caring for your loved one challenging and stressful.

Your loved one may be eligible for the TRIAD Research Study if he or she:

  • Has moderate to severe agitation due to Alzheimer’s disease
  • Is between 50 and 90 years of age
  • Has a caregiver who is able to attend all study visits

Additionally, certain qualified patients may have the opportunity to receive the investigational medication for an additional year, as part of an extension study.

Qualified participants will receive study-related tests and procedures at no cost. In addition to evaluations, each study visit will also provide an opportunity for the participant and caregiver to meet with the study team, address any questions they may have, and share their experiences. Participants and/or caregivers may be compensated for their time and travel.

If you are interested in learning more about the TRIADTM Research Study and whether your loved one may be eligible to participate, please contact Estela Soniel at (973) 398 2900 or email

If you’d like to enroll to this clinical trial, complete the form below and we’ll get back to you:

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For more information, please call Estela Soniel at (973) 398 2900 or 1-877-STUDY-15.  You can also send an email to or visit Identifier: 15-AVP-786-302