About Richmond Behavioral Associates

About Us

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Richmond Behavioral Associates

Part of the ERG Network of research sites

ERG’s mission is to provide the highest quality clinical trial execution across all clinical research phases to help sponsors speed life-saving and life-enhancing therapeutics to market as quickly and safely as possible.

High quality clinical research in Staten Island, NY

Richmond Behavioral Associates (RBA) was founded to serve a real need for a high quality clinical research unit. We have the experience and facility to conduct safe, precise, well controlled clinical research with new and existing drugs.

Dedicated researchers & staff in Staten Island, NY

The dedication of the staff at RBA led by Dr. Mark DiBuono and Dr. Adam Smith evident in the success of RBA. Together they have a strong clinical resume with over 100+ years of research experience

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Clinical Studies Conducted
Dr. DiBuono and Dr. Smith are experienced clinical researchers having performed over 100 multi-center trials between the two of them. Richmond Behavioral Associates (RBA) is located at the extreme south end of Staten Island, only two miles from New Jersey. Dr. DiBuono has accumulated an extensive database of patients from over 20 years practice in the area. We conduct trials covering the full range of CNS diagnoses including Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s Disease and Insomnia.
RBA performs Phase II, III and post marketing studies for all central nervous system indications. Their office has all the requisite components for clinical studies including safe drug storage, blood drawing facilities (including ECG), and four full time experienced coordinators.

STUDIES ARE ENROLLING NOW!​

pediatric autism

Currently, there are no treatments for the core symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Children 17 and under may qualify for a clinical trial to help change that.

memory loss

 Free memory screenings are now available to help detect symptoms. Those who receive a free screening may be eligible to participate in ongoing clinical trials.

depression

If you or someone you know is affected by depression, upcoming clinical trials may be an option. Learn more today!