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Frequently Asked Questions

These are similar terms indicating that the research is being conducted with patients presenting with various disorders. All clinical research follows a pre-defined plan or protocol approved by an independent research committee (e.g. IRB) that oversee the study and ensures that the study has been designed to be as safe as possible for the participants.

At NCI, all of our patients are aware of and have access to clinical trials as a possible treatment option for their central nervous system related condition. We have a newly renovated clinical research unit at NCI. Here, we study promising new diagnostic and treatment options with our patients and their family members. Our clinical research unit (CRU) offers all the latest safety equipment and access to innovative treatments. In addition to our clinical neuroscientists, the CRU is supervised by doctors and nurses trained in critical care and internal medicine. Our clinical research unit is an integral part of the comprehensive clinical services we offer to our patients with cognitive, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Visit our Clinical Research section to know more about our current clinical trials that you or your loved one can volunteer in

If you or a family member would like to volunteer for any of our ongoing clinical trials, please call one of our clinical research staff members at (973) 398 2900 or email our research department at You may also complete the form on the clinical trial you would like to volunteer for and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

We currently are recruiting for the following clinical trials:

If you’d like to enroll to any of the clinical trials mentioned above, complete the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible:

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Alternatively, you may call (973) 710-9142 or email

Dr. Gerald Tramontano, our Medical Director, is available from Monday-Saturday for the diagnosis and treatment of various cognitive, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric disorders in multiple locations where the NeuroCognitive Institute is located.

To book an appointment with Dr. Tramontano, simply select the location nearest you and your preferred time and date when you visit his profile page – .

To book an appointment with any of our doctors for a diagnostic consultation or specific treatment session, visit our Book an Appointment page at On this page, you can select the procedure and your preferred clinician as well as the time and date. You may also select anyone who is available and our system will find the specialist for you. If you want to go to your preferred NCI location, please ensure that you choose it before completing the form with your name, phone number and email address. Once you complete the form, you will receive an email confirming your appointment with us. You will also receive a reminder text message before your appointment. Should you wish to cancel or reschedule, you may do so from the email confirmation or call us at (973) 601 0100 or 1-888-NCI-9664 for further assistance.

Category: Appointments

The NeuroCognitive Institute (NCI) is staffed by some of North Jersey’s most knowledgeable clinical neuropsychologists, behavioral neurologists, clinical psychologists in pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatrics, cognitive therapists and we have on-site consulting physicians in internal medicine/gerontology.

To learn more about our faculty, please read their profiles on this page

Category: Medical Experts

Our regular clinic hours are 8AM – 8 PM Monday through Friday and 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturdays.

You can also contact us via email at

Category: About NCI

The NeuroCognitive Institute has 4 current locations: Bedminster, Livingston, Mt. Arlington and Newark NJ. We will soon be opening our clinics in Monmouth County New Jersey.

For our other locations, please visit or call us at (973) 601-0100 or our toll-free number at 1-888-NCI-9664 for directions.

Category: About NCI