You can be a part of discovering new ways to prevent and treat addictive disorders. Below is a list of clinical trials that are currently seeking participants.

If you are a researcher interested in hosting your clinical trial on this page, please email with your clinical trial details.

Eligibility: Individuals 18 years and older with opioid use disorder in the last 12 months and any criminal justice involvement in the last 6 months.

Project Description: This is a multi-site randomized clinical trial evaluating extended-release buprenorphine vs. extended-release naltrexone vs. standard of care medications for opioid use disorder in individuals leaving incarceration or with a recent history of criminal justice involvement. Full details are available on

Project Contact: Amesika Nyaku,

Eligibility: Actively recruiting individuals between the ages of 18-35 years

Project Description: The aim of this project is to examine whether a brief behavioral intervention of slow breathing paced at a resonance frequency of the cardiovascular system can enhance attention and cognitive control in young adults. Results from this study may provide evidence of novel brain-body prevention and intervention targets to improve physical health. Full details are available on

Project Contact: To inquire about participating, email Dr. Brandon Alderman,

Eligibility: Adults ages 21-50 who currently smoke at least 5 cigarettes daily and are interested in quitting.

Project Description: Project Description: Through this project, investigators seek to develop and pilot test heart rate variability biofeedback as a treatment adjunct to standard smoking cessation treatment including nicotine replacement therapy patch and individual cognitive-behavioral smoking cessation counseling for smokers high in emotional distress. Full details are available on

Project Contact: Dr. Teresa Leyro,