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Envision Trials is now accepting volunteers — including healthy adults — for paid clinical trials nationwide. Research studies offer a way for almost anyone, regardless of age or background, to help improve human health and wellbeing.

Beyond helping advance medicine, you may also:

Let's find a study that's right for you

Simply complete and submit the form on this page. After you do, an Envision Trials enrollment specialist will contact you. Together, we'll review studies that might be right for you and answer your questions.

There is never an obligation to join — we're here to help you make the best decision.

Friends and family referral program

Even if you can't join a clinical trial, you may be able to refer a friend, family member, neighbor, or colleague who can. You can get paid up to $25 for each successful referral made to Envision Trials. Envision Trials enrollment specialists can provide details when you sign up or call.

Envision Trials prides itself on being at the forefront of research and development in the field of medicine. We are currently working on various clinical protocols that cover a wide variety of medical specialties and health conditions. These projects are critical to improving life quality for patients, as well as accelerating the advancement of medical science in general. Our clinical protocols are designed and carried out by a highly qualified team of health professionals, who strive to guarantee quality, transparency, and rigor at all stages of the process. Ongoing research ranges from clinical trials of innovative drugs and therapies to observational and epidemiological studies. Our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement drives us to continue collaborating with researchers, institutions, and patients around the world to achieve significant advances in medicine. Our active studies are:

ADEPT-1 Study

Evaluating the safety and efficacy of KarXT, an investigational drug, for the treatment of psychosis associated with Alzheimer’s disease dementia.


Evaluating the effectiveness of the investigational medication, Luvadaxistat, in individuals with schizophrenia, to improve their cognitive function.


Asking if an investigational drug can improve cognition in people with schizophrenia


Evaluating an investigational medication for individuals with schizophrenia who have had an inadequate response to antipsychotic medication.