Dr. Chavoustie Featured in WIRED magazine

Dr. Chavoustie, Master Implant Physician and Principal Investigator from Segal Institute for Clinical Research, was featured in a recent WIRED magazine article addressing America’s horrific opioid epidemic. “I’ve watched people get their lives back together,” said Dr. Chavoustie. This references Probuphine, an implant that releases buprenorphine into the body. The implant, FDA approved in May …

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Meet Dr. Rishi Kakar

Dr. Rishi Kakar is Segal Institute’s Principal Investigator and Associate Medical Director, he’s also the Principal Investigator at Atlantic Shores Hospital and the West Broward Outpatient Clinic, and maintains an active private practice with Compass Health Systems. He conducts clinical trials for phase I-IV studies in indications including ADHD in children, adolescents and adults, depression, …

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  “Bonnie Segal, Vice President and Co-founder of Segal Institute for Clinical Trials, discusses her organizations work in the area of community outreach. With a dedicated team surrounding her, she pursues her vision of research education, collaboration and advocacy. Listen in as she explains the challenges and triumphs in this important endeavor.” – The STARR …

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PHASE 3 Study Drug May Help Manage Tardive Dyskinesia

The Segal Institute is excited to participate in an important research study of a phase III drug that may help manage Tardive Dyskinesia (TD).  By participating in this research, we may help bring much-needed new treatments to our patients living with TD.  Made up of nine sites throughout South Florida and South Carolina, the Segal …

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Painkiller Addicts Getting Fix from Doctors

Americans who are addicted to prescription painkillers tend to get them for free from friends and family. However, new study shows that people who use these opiates are also likely to gravitate towards doctors or dealers for their fixes. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine, U.S. government researchers found that …

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