Research Study for Alcohol Drinkers

The Pearson Center for Alcoholism and Addiction Research is dedicated to discovering novel solutions to age-old issues with alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction. We strive to find an easier way to help people overcome alcoholism, and devote time and research to this cause. However, not all of our research studies are treatments to help people overcome addiction. If you want help overcoming alcoholism, try our Treatment Research Study. The Pearson Center in La Jolla offers a non-treatment research study for those who drink alcohol but do not want to cut down on their alcohol consumption.

Alcohol Non-Treatment Laboratory Study

A big part of alcoholism and addiction is the constant nagging urge to consume alcohol. The purpose of this research study is to attempt to curtail that urge. That is why we are asking for individuals who are not interested in lowering their alcohol consumption to participate in this trial on a drug that can possibly lower the urge for alcoholics to drink. Using the best equipment and technology, The Pearson Center for Alcoholism and Addiction Research is here to make sure you are in good hands. Our goal is to find a way for alcoholics to get healthy and sober, and this alcohol non-treatment study is a step towards finding a solution.

Contact The Pearson Center for Alcoholism & Addiction Research

If you are someone who drinks alcohol but has no interest in quitting, then you should enroll in the Pearson Center Alcohol Non-Treatment clinical research study. We specialize in running alcohol and addiction clinical research trials in San Diego, with years of experience and expertise. If you have any questions about participating in a research study, contact the Pearson Center today! We can answer questions about whether you are eligible to qualify for the study, what the study will consist of, and if you are eligible for cash compensation. Be a part of something special and make a difference for those in need of assistance by signing up for a research study at The Pearson Center for Alcoholism and Addiction Research today. Give us a call at (858) 784-7867.