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Cutting-Edge Mental Health Treatment
At Princeton Medical Institute, we believe in bringing cutting-edge research out of the university and into the New Jersey community. In addition to conducting clinical trials in mental health research, we offer free evaluations for Memory Loss, Depression and Schizophrenia, to any interested community members, with or without insurance.
Early detection, diagnosis, and intervention are vital because they provide the best opportunities for treatment, support, and planning for the future. Please contact us to schedule an appointment today!
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Join Our Current Studies
At Princeton Medical Institute, we believe in bringing cutting-edge research out of the university and into the New Jersey community. We give you the opportunity to receive healthcare treatments that are not currently available to the public. Trials are completely free and compensation may be available to those who participate.
Adjunct therapies are designed to be used in addition to an antidepressant that helps but fails to provide full relief.
Our studies seek to determine the safety and efficacy of drugs used for the treatment of those with the disease.
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Find relief from unstable relationships with loved ones, distorted self-image, impulsive behaviors, or self-harm.
Binge Eating Disorder
If diagnosed with this condition, you may be eligible for a clinical study that utilizes investigational medicine.
If negative symptoms of schizophrenia are interfering with your life, you may be eligible for a clinical trial.
If you are over 18, smoke more than 10 cigarettes a day, and have tried to quit smoking previously, we are here to help.
If you are suffering from the symptoms of Asthma.
If you feel like your memory has significantly worsened since you were a young adult, you could be eligible for a clinical trial.