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We Are Suburban Research Associates

Suburban Research Associates is an investigative site that conducts psychiatric clinical trials sponsored by pharmaceutical companies. We offer an alternative to those who may be experiencing financial constraints or are unable to see a psychiatrist because of waiting lists or high co-pays.

We work with several local primary care and family physicians, as well as local mental health facilities by providing free psychiatric evaluations. Our patients do not need insurance and all services are covered with no payments before, during, or after treatment.

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Anxiety Surrounding the Widespread Coronavirus

Anxiety Surrounding the Widespread Coronavirus

The Pandemic of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is becoming increasingly widespread and so is the anxiety and fear surrounding it. With an increasing number of cases in the US, businesses and schools shutting down etc., many are left in fear of what is to come next.  It is understandable given the rapid and growing nature of

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Important COVID-19 Updates for Our Patients!

We’ve been thinking of you! We are delighted to let you know we have responsibly reopened our practice fully to resume seeing our patients for regularly scheduled appointments and treatment. At Suburban Research Associates (SRA), safety is our top priority. As efforts concerning the containment of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) expand and evolve here in the U.S

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International Angelman Day: Angelman Syndrome and New Hope for Treatment

International Angelman Day: Angelman Syndrome and New Hope for Treatment

Angelman Syndrome is a rare neuro-genetic condition, specifically in children that can cause developmental delays and challenges and/or affect nerve functioning. Because of the rare nature of the condition, until recently there haven’t been many treatment options available. However, with advancements in the fields of medicine and psychiatry, more research is being done in attempt

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