Your past experiences may have left you struggling to cope. Are you feeling stuck?

About The MONARCH Study: 

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can develop after experiencing or witnessing a shocking or traumatic event. In some cases, PTSD can affect your relationships and your ability to function at home and work.

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can develop after a person has experienced or witnessed a shocking or traumatic event. About 7% of all people have PTSD at some point in their lifetime.

The Monarch study will evaluate how effective a study drug is in treating the symptoms of PTSD when given in different doses.

If you or someone you know has PTSD or is showing symptoms, we invite you to learn more about the MONARCH study and PTSD.

What Happens In The MONARCH Study?

In this study, eligible patients could receive:

  • The study drug or placebo
  • Study-specific visits, assessments and procedures

Placebo looks like the investigational drug but contains no active drug. All patients will take their study drugs once a day for 12 weeks.

Patients will also be asked to visit the study clinic up to 11 times. During study clinic visits, the study doctors and staff will evaluate patients’ overall health and PTSD symptoms through various tests and assessments.

Total participation in this study will last approximately 18 weeks.

What Do PTSD Symptoms Look Like?

PTSD usually develops after someone has experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. After the trauma occurs, a person may:

  • Have unwanted memories of the event
  • Struggle with fear and anxiety
  • Feel isolated from family and friends
  • Avoid situations that remind them of the trauma
If you’ve experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and now have unwanted memories of the event, struggle with fear and anxiety, feel isolated from family and friends; or avoid situations that remind you of the trauma, you may have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Am I Eligible For The MONARCH Study?

To learn if you could be eligible for the MONARCH study, please fill out the form below.