Currently Running and Published Studies

Below is a selection of the studies currently running at the Imperial CRF that have closed recruitment, as well as those that have been completed and published. 

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PETVACC

Research, Studies
Healthy men aged 18–55 for a study of PET scanning in evaluation of vaccine reactions. The study involves 2 visits. We'll pay you up to £100…
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Help us to treat Psoriasis

Research, Studies
Do you have psoriasis? We need people like you to take part in our forthcoming clinical trial and help us to treat psoriasis in the future.…
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GRAVITAS

Research
GLP-1 Receptor Agonist interVention for poor responders after barIAtric Surgery: The GRAVITAS trial
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I HART CGM

Research, Studies
Impact on Hypoglycaemia Awareness of Real Time CGM and Intermittent Continuous Glucose Data
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ExProBat

Research
The aim of the study is to determine the effects of capsules containing propionate on the body’s response to ingesting a sugary drink.
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Microprobe Sensor

Research
This involves two visits to the research unit at Hammersmith Hospital to assess the new device. Each visit will be for six hours to wear the…
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DTP3

Research
Aim of this study is to test a new drug called DTP3 in patients with multiple myeloma
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BAC-alc

Research
Abstinent alcohol-dependent volunteers wanted for a study investigating brain receptors in alcohol addiction. You will receive a medication called baclofen, or a placebo, and have a…
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LJN 452 in pBAD

Research
A double blind, randomized placebo controlled crossover multiple dose study of LJN452 to assess safety, tolerability and efficacy in patients with primary bile acid diarrhoea (pBAD).
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CUTHIVAC002

Research
We are looking for HIV Negative volunteers who are going to be available for 12 months! Your time and travel will be reimbursed, and you’ll receive…
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CHLM-01

Research
Are you aged 18 to 45 and in good health? We're looking for female ‪volunteer to take part in Chlamydia Vaccine Study in London, W12 0HS.
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Palm Oil

Research, Studies
The Department of Investigative Medicine is conducting a study on healthy, non smoking volunteers aged 18-60 years and body mass index of 18.6-29.9kg/m2.
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LSD-fMRI/MEG (Published)

Research
Using fMRI to investigate the effects of LSD on brain activity in healthy hallucinogen-experienced volunteers.
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NK3R Study

Research, Studies
Peri- or menopausal women aged 40-62 years old having regular hot flushes/night sweats
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VAC053

Research
We are looking for healthy volunteers aged 18-50 to take part in our malaria vaccine trial. The trial involves up to 15 visits to our outpatient…
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GHADD

Research, Studies
We are investigating the effects certain gut hormones (hormones that are produced in the stomach and intestine) have on eating and addictive behaviours in people who…
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EBL05 Ebola Vaccine Trial

Research
This is a study to assess the safety and immunogenicity of two Ebola vaccine candidates: ChAd3-EBO Z and Ad26.ZEBOV.
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EBL04 Ebola Vaccine Trial

Research
This is a study to assess the safety and immunogenicity of two Ebola vaccine candidates: ChAd3-EBO Z and MVA-EBO Z.
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fMRI Obesity

Research
We do not understand fully why people overeat or the mechanisms in the brain which influence how successful people are at losing weight.
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Mycoprotein

Research
We are investigating the effect of eating various levels of mycoprotein on feelings of appetite and levels of gut hormones.
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PP1420

Research
We are looking for healthy, overweight male volunteers aged 18-50 for a study looking at a new drug for obesity.
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Kiss IVF (Published)

Research
Infertility affects 1 in 6 couples in the UK, which is estimated to amount to 3.5 million people.
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Protein Rich

Research
We are looking for volunteers aged 25-70 who have a BMI between 27-35 for a study looking at whether a high-protein low-energy diet (using meal replacement…
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Qutenza (Published)

Pain, Research
Treprostinil sodium (Remodulin) solution for infusion is a prostacyclin analogue approved for the treatment of patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) in functional class II-IV.
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The Metabolic Profile in ICP & GDM

Obstetrics, Research
Obstetric cholestasis (OC) is the commonest liver disorder of pregnancy. It affects 1 in 200 pregnancies in the UK and women typically present with itch and…
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Transeuro

Neurology, Research
The aim of this multi-centre European consortium (Transeuro) funded by an FP7-EU grant is to conduct a new round of neural cell transplantation clinical trials in…
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PRC-REMS

Neurology, Research
Patient Research Cohort –Rapidly Evolving Multiple Sclerosis (PRC-REMS) study. We are close to completing patient recruitment (n = 178 out of target n = 200) in…
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Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) in Friedreich’s ataxia

Neurology, Research
Friedreich’s ataxia (FRDA) is an autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disease. FRDA is the most frequent inherited ataxia, which usually presents in childhood and is characterized by impaired…
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Obesity Surgery, fMRI Obesity and Preterm MRI

Metabolic Medicine / Obesity, Research
Dr. Tony Goldstone, Imperial College London, uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain to identify how obesity, gut hormones and treatments for obesity modify the…
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InflammALC

Mental Health, Research
This study aims to investigate whether there is inflammation in the brains of alcoholics around the time of detoxification and whether this contributes to brain damage…
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ICCAM

Mental Health, Research
This program of research tackles the brain mechanisms underpinning two of the most prevalent and costly addictions in the UK, those to opioids (heroin) and to…
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GE-PET ANGIO, IFIN and FIND4

Cancer, Research
The Imperial College London Comprehensive Cancer Imaging Centre (ICLCCIC), under the Directorship of Prof Eric Aboagye, has a well-established affiliation with the NIHR/Wellcome Trust Imperial CRF…
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Ferinject

Cardiovascular, Research
Previous studies of patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension attending the hospital have shown that many are iron deficient, but not anaemic.
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DCA Study

Cardiovascular, Research
Pulmonary arterial hypertension is an uncommon disease with few treatment options.
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LCD Study

Dietetics, Research
Bariatric surgery is still a reasonably new area and more research is needed to decrease the risks of complications and improve the outcomes of the surgery.