Welcome to the Joliet Center for Clinical Research


We are currently enrolling patients for studies in:

  • Depression

4005 study

3005 study

Seeking Patients interested in participating in a Major Depression Research Study:


Research opportunities for interested individuals: Major Depression (ages 18-70). Please contact us at [email protected][email protected] and [email protected] Or call at 815-729-7790 ext  106


The Joliet Center for Clinical Research is a private neuropsychiatric research and treatment center located in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago. Our highly trained and experienced staff have over 60 years of combined clinical and research experience in the field of mental health.

Our board certified psychiatrist, Dr. Cosme Lozano, MD  has been on staff at Loyola University Medical Center and Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's in Chicago.

Our experienced staff, consisting of Angelica Arriaga LPC , Gloria Robertson, MD  and Jocelyn Rios.

Why should I participate in research?

To facilitate advances in mental health

Before any drug can be sold in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires it to undergo a rigorous four phase testing process. In order for advances in medicine to take place, the drug must be tested for safety as well as efficacy.

All the drugs we work with have already passed the initial phase of testing and come from reputatable companies. (Sanofi-Aventis, Novartis, Abbott Laboratories, Eli Lilly, Astra Zeneca, Forest, Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Wyeth, etc...)

All studies are strictly overseen by the FDA, at least one Institutional Review Board, and the pharmaceutical company and/or other designated company specializing in health research.

Participation is at no cost

All study related medications and procedures are provided at no cost to eligible participants. After patients have completed participation in a study, they are offered follow-up care at no cost for a minimum of six months.

You are followed much more thoroughly and closely

During the screening process study candidates are typically given a blood test, and ECG, and physical exam (at no cost). Throughout the study every participant is given vital signs, blood tests, ECG, and other measures are used to ensure the highest level of safety.

To help others who suffer with mental illness

All of the information we gather brings us closer to more effective treatments and a potential cure.

If you are interested in learning more or have other questions you can call us at 815-729-7790 extension 106  



Joliet Center for Clinical Research  210 N Hammes Ave  Suite 205  Joliet, Il 60435 

Research: 815-729-7790 ext   106

Facsimile: 815-725-8144             

[email protected][email protected] and [email protected]

If you are interested in learning more or have other questions you can call us at 815-729-7790 extension 106  

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