About the Anxiety Disorders Program
The Anxiety Disorders Program is a part of the Institute of Psychiatry at MUSC. Under the leadership of Olga Brawman-Mintzer, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, this program has been involved in research to advance public knowledge of anxiety disorders as well as working to find new innovative pharmacological treatments for these disabling conditions.
A number of clinical treatment and research projects are conducted on an ongoing basis for the many different types of anxiety disorders. Participants in our clinical trails are offered free:
- Anxiety screenings
- Medical monitoring
- Study medications
- Diagnostic consultations,
- Recommendations to the treating clinicians
- Referrals to our outpatient clinics at the Institute of Psychiatry for ongoing treatment.
If you would like to learn more about our program and what research opportunities might be available to you, we invite you to contact us and speak with our research coordinator. Research is conducted at the Anxiety Disorders Program office, which is conveniently located off Interstate 26 in North Charleston.
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