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Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders
Current research studies at Butler related to Alzheimer's and other memory disorders include:

ADvance - Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
LZAX Immunization Study for Alzheimer's Disease
Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer's Network (DIAN)
MK-8931

Depression/Anxiety (Mood Disorders)
Current research studies at Butler related to depression and other mood disorders such as anxiety, include:

Coping with Negative Thoughts Study
Development of a Treatment Adherence Program for Bipolar Substance Abusers
Healthy Body Healthy Mind - Yoga/Health Education for Depression
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) for Depression
Testosterone Antidepressant Augmentation

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Current research studies at Butler related to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder include:

Behavior Therapy for OCD
Diffusion Tensor Imaging in OCD
Effectiveness of Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment Resistant OCD
OCD Drug Treatment Study

Parkinsons Disease/Movement Disorders
Current research studies at Butler related to Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders include:

Oral Inosine to assess safety and ability to elevate urate in early Parkinson’s disease (SURE-PD)
Pimavanserin in the Treatment of Psychosis in Parkinson’s disease
The Effects of Co-Enzyme Q10 in Parkinson’s disease

Addictions
Current research studies at Butler related to addiction to alcohol, drugs and nicotine include:

Project FREE
Project QUIT
WE QUIT (Women Engaging in Quitting Smoking Together)

Other Research Projects at Butler
Other ongoing research studies at Butler include:

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) Program
Biomarkers of Risk and Resilience
Project Heat (Helping Emerging Adults Transition)

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