Research

Why Research?

Many of our patients would agree that Sleep Disorders can have a major effect on one’s quality of life.  Unfortunately, many of the current treatments for these conditions don’t target the cause of the issue, rather they just mask the underlying condition.  The field of Sleep Research focuses on developing a treatment that will target the sleep disorder, and the symptoms improve as a result.  

What are the BENEFITS of participating in Research?

Our Research studies can be beneficial to our patients in the following ways:

  1. Participants are able to receive investigational treatment for their conditions that may result in improvement in their symptoms.
  2. If eligible for a study, participants may receive medical treatment at no cost to them.
  3. Participants may be reimbursed for their time and effort during the study.
  4. Participants can contribute to the availability of new drugs that may be more effective than current drug therapy.

What Studies are available for me to participate in?

ARISE2

Purpose: The Arise2 trial aims to determine the effectiveness of the drug Pentetrazol in the treatment of Hypersomnia.

Time needed from participant: 9-11 weeks of study participation, including screening the participant for eligibility

To qualify, you must:

  • Be age 18-55 years old
  • Be diagnosed with Hypersomnia
  • Had first Hypersomnia symptoms between age 10-30 years old.
  • Experience Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS)
  • Go to bed no later than 12 midnight on two or more nights/week

**Additional qualifications are assessed by Research Staff**
Website: http://arise2study.com/


JZP080

Purpose: The JAZZ080 trial aims to determine the effectiveness of the drug JZP-258 in the treatment of Hypersomnia.

Time needed from participant: 44-46 weeks of study participation, including screening the participant for eligibility

To qualify, you must:

  • Be age 18-70 years old
  • Be diagnosed with Hypersomnia
  • Experience Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS)

**Additional qualifications are assessed by Research Staff**

 
 

***If your condition is not listed, please continue to check our page! New studies may become available that are beneficial to you.***

Where can I find more information?

If you would like more information about our Research Department, please contact our team. We would love to hear from you!

Clinical Research Coordinator

Kim Bowyer, MS
(803) 251-3093 ext. 119
Kim.Bowyer@bogansleep.com

Research@BoganSleep.com

Clinical Research Associate

Brittany Barfield
Clinical Research Associate
(803) 251-3093  ext.117
 

Clinical Research Associate

Lacey Tisdale
Clinical Research Associate
(803) 251-3093 ext. 117
Lacey.Tisdale@BoganSleep.com
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