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Endocrinology Clinical Trials

The following searchable list includes all the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Molecular Medicine - Department of Medicine clinical trials currently looking for participants. Please feel free to contact us with inquiries about any of our ongoing research.

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A PHASE 3, RANDOMIZED, OPEN-LABEL, ACTIVE CONTROLLED, MULTICENTER STUDY TO EVALUATE MAINTENANCE OF RESPONSE, SAFETY AND PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES IN ACROMEGALY PATIENTS TREATED WITH OCTREOTIDE CAPSULES, AND IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH STANDARD OF CARE PARENTERAL SOMATOSTATIN RECEPTOR LIGANDS WHO PREVIOUSLY TOLERATED AND DEMONSTRATED A BIOCHEMICAL CONTROL ON BOTH TREATMENTS
Octreotide capsule is a novel, orally-administered formulation of the commercially-available injectable drug octreotide. In a recent phase 3 trial, oral octreotide capsules demonstrated sustained biochemical response up to 13 months in patients with acromegaly previously managed with somatostatin analog injections (ref). The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy safety and patient reported outcomes between oral octreotide capsules and injectable somatostatin analogs.
Huang, WenyuHuang, Wenyu
NCT02685709 STU00202258
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1-855-NU-STUDY
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The effects of capsinoids on brown adipose tissue recruitment and activation in obesity
This research study is being done to determine whether taking a dietary supplement called capsinoids, derived from sweet peppers, can activate brown fat that is already present or even generate new brown fat in in…
This research study is being done to determine whether taking a dietary supplement called capsinoids, derived from sweet peppers, can activate brown fat that is already present or even generate new brown fat in individuals with excess weight. Previous studies have suggested that chronic consumption of capsinoids may be able to generate new brown fat in thin individuals. Capsinoids may also have a small positive effect on metabolism (increased calorie-burning) and fat loss. The knowledge gained in this study may eventually lead to more treatment options for people with excess weight.
Male, between ages 18-50, healthy, non-smoking, overweight/obese
Neff, Lisa MNeff, Lisa M
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    Chicago, IL
NCT03110809 STU00204058
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Hakamy, Beth +1 312 503 7203
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