Drug Studies

We have dozens of projects underway which include all aspects of pharmacology, molecular medicine and genetics. We are consistently publishing data on new drugs each year and studying many aspects of lactation, including a new study to detect cancer antigens long before they become hazardous. We have a new study to try and determine why some women have high prolactin levels, but can't make milk. Is it an unusual prolactin molecule? For more information on that study, see our page on low milk production.

Current Drugs being studied Include:

  • Vortioxetine          ( Trintellix)
  • Brexpiprazole        (Rexulti)
  • Sitagliptin              (Januvia)
  • Lisinopril               (Carace, Lisoril, Prinil, Zestril)
  • Varneclin               (Chantix)
  • Saxagliptin            (Onglyza)
  • Zoledronic Acid     (Reclast)
  • Apremilast            (Otezla)
  • Cetirizine               (Zyrtec, Reactine)
  • Promethazine       (Phenergan)
  • Cariprazine            (Vraylar)
  • Brivaracetam        (Briviact)
  • Methsuximide       (Celontin)
  • Plecanatide           (Trulance)
  • Linaclotide            (Linzess)
  • Sodium Polystyrene (Kayexalate)
  • Lorcaserin             (BelviQ)


If you wish to participate in one of the drugs being studied,  please contact my Clinical Research Center staff for more information at  806-414-9742