Scripps Research La Jolla/Pearson Center is a division of Scripps Research, one of the world leaders in the biomedical science of alcoholism, addiction, and the brain. Established in 2003 in San Diego, California through the generosity of a multi-million dollar gift, Scripps Research La Jolla Pearson Center uses the latest biomedical research with clinical treatments to fight the deadly disease of alcohol use disorder. Our two main clinical studies focus on alcoholism and binge drinking.  

If you or a loved one consider yourself to be heavy drinker and are interested in participating in life-changing clinical research, please contact us to see if you are eligible.

Non-Treatment Study for Drinkers

Do you regularly drink alcohol but do not have an alcohol use problem? You have the opportunity to be a part of life-changing medical research while being compensated for your time.

About the Clinical Trials at Scripps Research La Jolla

Clinical trials are an essential component of getting novel solutions to alcoholism, binge drinking, and addiction issues. Addiction is a serious issue in America and throughout the world, and clinical research done at Scripps Research La Jolla is aimed at trying to help eradicate this issue. We get qualified study participants from San Diego, California to try new and exciting treatments that can help curb binge drinking and alcohol cravings. We closely monitor these individuals over a multiple week clinical research study, noting how the medication interacts with each individual and if there is a noticeable difference from the control group that received a placebo.

If you are interested in participating in a clinical research study, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch.

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