Volunteer subjects for clinical trials give their mind and body for scientific research and advancement. With each new clinical trial, we come closer to finding cures for the most elusive diseases. Each participant should be honored and celebrated. Another important aspect of research are the advocates who see research as a necessary part of the progress in finding new therapies to alleviate symptoms associated with different indications. In this spirit, we have created "Project RockSTARR". Learn more HERE.
Join STARR Coalition stakeholders for The STARR Coalition Dinner and Meeting to be held Wednesday, November 15th from 5-9pm at the Boca Raton Resort and Club in Boca Raton, Florida. Thought leaders from across research and advocacy will gather to collaborate on topics affecting us all. If you have further questions, please contact email@example.com or call 501.944.8653
To create meaningful change by increasing communication, partnerships and goodwill among stakeholders in the areas of treatment, advocacy, and clinical research with emphasis on consumers and patients mental health well-being.
The Messaging Committee created a series of commercials to address the stigma of mental illness and promote research. These videos are available to Coalition members to use for website, social media, or television spots. We can edit your organizations information to the end of the spots. To see more videos, log into the Community Login and look in the Gallery.
Tony Moore has been living with schizophrenia since he was 18. It was almost 20 years later before he saught treatment for paranoid schizophrenia. Tony shares stories about his life, his illness, and the time he spent in clinical trials.
CNS Summit is a platform for change and a community passionate about shaping the future, with a focus on collaboration, innovation, and technology. Our mission is to have a positive impact on the success of clinical development programs. We believe this mission is our ethical duty to the patients we serve by developing new treatments. If […]
Social transformation can lead to revolutionary medical change. Consider the HIV/AIDS movement. On June 5, 1981, the CDC reported unusual clusters of a specific type of pneumonia. No one knew why these infections were spreading, but they concluded that there must be an infectious ‘disease’ causing them. By September of 1982, the ‘disease’ was finally […]