Clinical Trials at The Lundquist Institute
As a leader in the field of bringing the findings of basic research to clinical application, The Lundquist Institute is involved in conducting many clinical trials. Clinical trials are the method of objectively assessing whether novel therapies are safe and effective in treating disease.
The Lundquist Institute conducts many trials on behalf of pharmaceutical companies and companies that manufacture therapeutic devices, but its investigators also sponsor and conduct trials based on their own research efforts.
- Hormonal Mechanisms of Sleep Restriction - Axis Study in Older Men and Postmenopausal Women (31056-01R)
- Study of Daily Application of Nestorone and Testosterone Gel for Male Contraception (CCN017)
For a full listing of all clinical trials that The Lundquist Institute is involved with, please visit www.clinicaltrials.gov. To learn which trials are being conducted at our site, you can search this database with terms like "The Lundquist Institute"; or “LA BioMed" and "Los Angeles Biomedical" for trials under our former name; or “Harbor-UCLA” for trials our investigators are conducting with the hospital. Searching by “disease AND " the above organization names will show if The Lundquist Institute is involved in testing treatments for a particular condition.