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Document 1809150
FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT of the
RESEARCH ADVISORY PANEL OF CALIFORNIA 2011· PREPARED FOR THE LEGISLATURE AND GOVERNOR RESEARCH ADVISORY PANEL OF CALIFORNIA 455 Golden Gate Avenue- Suite 11000 San Francisco, California 94102-7004 www .ag.ca.gov/research -----
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page LIST OF 2011 PANEL MEMBERS
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SUMMARY OF 2011 PANEL ACTIVITIES
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SELECTED RESEARCH FINDINGS
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TABLE 1- Research Studies approved in 2011
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TABLE 2 - Research Studies closed in 2011
17 APPENDICES
Appendix A - Currently Open Schedule I and II
Non-Human & Academic Human Studies 25 Appendix B - Currently Open Schedule II
Clinical Drug Tfial Studies 31 Appendix C - Currently Open Research Studies
on the Treatment of Controlled Substance Abuse 43 Appendix D - Pertinent Sections - California Health and Safety Code
§ 11213 -Persons and researches using controlled substances
§ 11480 & 11481 - Research Advisory Panel
§ 11603 & 11604 - Attorney General
§ 24172- Experimental subject's bill ofrights
§ 241 73 - Informed consent
45 45 46 47 48 2011 PANEL MEMBERS
RESEARCH ADVISORY PANEL OF CALIFORNIA
Edward P. O'Brien, J.D.
Panel Chairman
Appointed by Attorney General
Y. Jennifer Ahn, Pharm.D.
Executive Officer
Robert Quandt, Jr., Pharm.D. Consultant Andrew S. Kayser,, MD, PhD Appointed by the University of California at San Francisco Designated University of California John Mendelson, M.D. Appointed by the California Medical Association Designated professional medical society Michele Pato, M.D. Appointed by the University of Southern California Designated private university
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Laurence R. Upjohn, Pharm.D. Appointed by the Department of Public Health Sheri VanOsdol, ~harm.D. Appointed by the State Board of Pharmacy RAPC Website: www.ag.ca.gov/research
E-mail contact: [email protected]
This report represents a consensus among Panel members acting as individual experts. It does not represent policies or positions of the appointing agencies nor have those agencies been consulted by the Panel during its function or during the preparation of this report. 2
SUMMARY OF 2011 PANEL ACTIVITIES During 2011 the Panel reviewed forty-three research study submissions. Forty-one
were approved by the Panel. Among forty-one approved studies, eleven studies were
Academic research studies, three studies were Substance Abuse Treatment research
protocols, and twenty-seven studies were Clinical Drug Trial research protocols.
Thirty-seven research studies were completed or, in a few cases, terminated in 2011, and
they were closed on the Panel's records.
At the end of2011, the Panel was monitoring ninety-seven active research projects.
Note Appendices A, B, and C for specific listings.
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As part of the Panel's supervisory responsibility, ongoing projects are monitored by
means of annual reports, Significant Adverse Event (SAE) reports and site visits.
Approval may be withdrawn if the study deviates significantly from the approved
protocol.
Table 1 is a list of the studies approved by the Panel in 2011 and Table 2 is a list of the
studies closed by the Panel in 2011.
SELECTED RESEARCH FINDINGS
Below are brief summary reports of several Panel approved projects which are of
interest and indicative ofthe types of controlled substance research projects currently
ongoing in California:
Titan Pharmaceuticals has announced positive results of six-month open-label safety
retreatment study ofprobuphine titled "A Phase 3, Six-Month, Open-Label Re­
Treatment Study ofProbuphine™ in Opioid Addiction"
A total of 85 patients were enrolled at 18 sites with 67 subjects completing treatment.
In California, 33 subjects were enrolled, 26 subjects completed the study, and 7 subjects
withdrew early.
In this study, Probuphine was shown to be well tolerated, including the implant insertion
and removal procedures, with a low incidence of adverse events and overall safety
profile similar to that observed in the confirmatory Phase 3 study. Patients also reported
a decreased use of illicit opioids, good control of opioid withdrawal and cravings and
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high overall satisfaction with Probuphine. These data build upon the positive results of
the Probuphine Phase 3 program reported to date and further support the company's
preparation of a New Drug Application (NDA) for Probuphine.
Titan also provided an update on the preparation of the NDA for Probuphine, which it
now plans to submit in the third quarter of this year. The company is on track to
complete its analytical testing ofProbuphine to provide additional Chemistry,
·Manufacturing and Control (CMC) data requested bythe U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) along with its preparation of the integrated clinical data,
summary reports and electronic document preparation by mid-year. The manufacturing
facility expansion and qualification for commercial scale production fo Probuphine is in
process, but has been slightly delayed due to longer than expected lead-time on air
handling equipment and the manufacturing of three qualification batches is now
expected to be completed in September.
Dr. Peggy Compton, RN, PhD, FAAN and colleagues at University of California, Los
Angeles have provided the Panel with the following summary of research titled "Pain,
Opioids and Pro-inflammatory Immune Responses"
The goal of our study is to evaluate inflammatory and immune responses to pain and/or
opiate challenges in prescription opioid abusers (N=22, 11 female) and gender and age­
matched healthy controls. To get the study underway and establish study procedures,
we obtained UCLA IRB approval (MIRB3) for the healthy control group in June of
2010. To date, of the 163 potential healthy control subjects (78 females) responding to
recruitment efforts, 45 (20 females) have been screened and 20 enrolled (9 females).
We submitted an amendment to include buprenorphine-maintained prescription opioid
abusers (POAs) in December 2010 and were granted approval to enroll three POAs on
May 26, 2011. IRB approval for the remaining eighteen POAs is contingent upon the
IRB's satisfaction with the participation report of these initial3 POAs. Since
recruitment efforts began in July of2011, we've had eight potential POA respondents (2
females), all of whom did not meet the initial eligibility criteria of being an opioid
abuser or in a buprenorphine treatment program.
Decreased POA admission rates at the Integrated Substance Abuse Programs clinic was
an initial barrier to out POA recruiting efforts. In August of2011 the IRB approved
expansion of our recruitment efforts to include SAMHSA-qualified opioid treatment
centers (OTC) and private buprenorphine treatment specialist clinics in the greater Los
Angeles area. Despite positive clinician response to our study objectives, we have yet to
enroll a POA subject. Our colleagues have cited our exclusion criteria prohibiting
participation of subjects with co-morbid DSM-IV diagnoses as a significant barrier to
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recruitment; the clinical reality is that the majority of opioid abusers who present to
treatment have a dual-diagnosis.
We continue to explore ways to boost recruitment and enrollment. Encouraged by the
many positive clinician responses, we remain optimistic that we will reach our target of
POAs by August 31,2012.
Rhodes Pharmaceuticals has reported the status of the study titled "A Randomized,
Parallel, Double-Blind Efficacy and Safety study ofBiphentin™ Methylphenidate
Hydrochloride Extended Release Capsules Compared to Placebo in Children and
Adolescents 6 to 18 Years With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder"
Biphentin™ is designed to be a single, daily dose alternative to separate doses of
immediate release methylphenidate by providing an extended release biphasic plasma
profile. It distinguishes itself from similar extended release products on the market by
achieving a first Cmax more similar to immediate release methylphenidate, which
provides clinical advantages. It also comes in more strengths, eight, that allow better
individualized dosing. Biphentin® was approved by Health Canada in March 2006 and
launched in Canada in August 2006.
One California sate was involved in this multi-center clinical trial at the University of
California, Irvine Child Development Center. The UC Irvine site enrolled 29 subjects,
and 24 subjects completed the 12-week study. The first subject was enrolled in January
2011. The clinical phase of the study concluded in November 2011.
The protocol provides for continuing compassionate use of the study drug following
termination of the 12-week study. Currently approximately 14 patients continue to take
the drug, one capsule a day. These patients are being monitored on a periodic basis.
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TABLE 1
RESEARCH STUDIES APPROVED IN 2011 PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Hussien Al-Shamma, Ph.D.
Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
San Diego, CA
Evaluation of lorcaserin for abuse liability
using the Drug Discrimination test in the Rat
Reese T. Jones, M.D.
UCSF
Drug Dependence Research Center
San Francisco, CA
Phase I Study of Interactions between Oral
Naltrexone and Bupropion and Intravenous
Methamphetamine in Methamphetamine
Experienced
Daniel Levin, Ph.D.
N orac Pharma
Azusa, CA
Evaluation of Cannabinoids derived from the
Natural Product Marijuana
Sean Mackey, MD, PhD
Stanford University
Division of Pain Management
Palo Alto, CA
Neural and Immune Effects of Short-term
Opioid Use in Chronic Pain Patients
Ardis Ann Moe, M.D.
UCLA Center for AIDS Research
and Education
Los Angeles, CA
Phase III, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind
Crossover Study of Slow-Release
Methylphenidate (Concerta ™) for Treatment
of HIV Dementia
Loren H. Parsons, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Cognitive and Neurochemical Effects of J'-.,.9­
tetrahydrocannabinol and related cannabinoids
in rodents
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Table 1 Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Matthew L. Springer, Ph.D.
UCSF
San Francisco, CA
Assessment of Impairment of Vascular
Function in Rats by Environmental Exposure
to Marijuana Second Hand Smoke
Michael A. Taffe, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Behavioral and Physiological Toxicities of Cannabinoids Michael A. Taffe, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Behavioral Toxicities of Amphetamine and
Cathinone Stimulant Drugs
Ronald G. Victor, M.D.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA
Cocaine and Sympathetic Nerve Activity in Humans - "Cocaine and the Heart" Barth Wilsey, M.D.
UC Davis
Sacramento, CA
The Effect of Vaporized Cannabis on
Neuropathic Pain in Spinal Cord Injury
AcelRx Pharmaceuticals
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate the
Efficacy and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab
for the Management of Acute Pain Following
Bunionectomy Alone or with Hammertoe
Repair
(AcelRx SAP202)
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Table I Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
AcelRx Pharmaceuticals
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate the
Efficacy and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab
PCA System/15 meg for the Treatment of
Post-Operative in Patients after Open
Abdominal Surgery .
(AcelRx IAP31 0)
AcelRx Pharmaceuticals
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Open-Label,
Parallel-Group Trial to Compare the Efficacy
and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab PCA
System/15 meg to Intravenous Patient­
Controlled Analgesia with Morphine for the
Treatment of Acute Post-Operative Pain
(AcelRx IAP309)
Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety ofNKTR-118 in Patients with Non­
Cancer-Related Pain and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) (AstraZeneca D3820C00004) Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and
Safety ofNKTR-118 in Patients with Non­
Cancer-Related Pain and Opioid-Induced
Constipation (OIC)
(AstraZeneca D3 820C00005)
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Table 1 Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety ofNKTR-11_8 in Relieving Opioid­
Induced Constipation (OIC) in Patients with Cancer-Related Pain (AstraZeneca D3820C00006) Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled 12-Week Extension Study to · Assess the Safety and Tolerability ofNKTR­
118 in Patients with Non-Cancer-Related Pain
and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC)
(AstraZeneca D3820C00007)
Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
An Open-Label 52 week Study to Assess the
Long-Term Safety ofNKTR-118 in Opioid­
Induced Constipation (OIC) in Patients with
Non-Cancer-Related Pain
(AstraZeneca D3820C00008)
Astra Zeneca I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
An Open-label, Parallel-group, Phase I Study
to Compare the Pharmacokinetics ofNKTR­
118 Following a Single-Oral Dose in Subjects
with Renal Impairment and Subjects with
Normal Renal Function
(AstraZenica D3820C00009)
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Table 1 Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Johnson & Johnson PRD
Malvern, PA
A Single-Dose, Open-Label, Randomized,
Four-Way Crossover Study to Assess the
Dose-Proportionality of the Pharmacokinetics
ofTapentadol, Given as Tamper-Resistant
Tablets, in Healthy Japanese and Korean Male
Subjects
(J & J PAl 1064)
Mallinckrodt Inc I CRO- INC
Middleton, WI
An Open Label Safety Study of COV795 in
Subjects with Osteoarthritis or Chronic Low
Back Pain
(COV 15000181US)
Mallinckrodt Inc.
Hazelwood, MD
A Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group
Evaluation of the Safety and Analgesic
Efficacy of COV795 (Oxycodone HCl I
Acetaminophen) ER Tablets in Moderate to
Severe Post-Operative Bunionectomy Pain
Followed by an Open Label Extension
(COV 15000182US)
Mundipharma I CRO - Parexel
Woburn,MA
A Confirmatory, Placebo-Controlled,
Randomized, Double-Blind, Single-Dummy,
Parallel Group, Ratio-Finding Study in
Constipated Pain Patients to Establish an
Optimal Hydromorphone
(Mundipharma HMX 3501)
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PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
N ovartis Pharmaceuticals
East Hanover, NJ
A 6-Month, Open-Label Extension to a 40­
Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled, Multicenter Efficacy and Safety
study of Ritalin® LA in the Treatment of
Adult Patients with Childhood-Onset ADHD
(Novartis CRIT 124D 23 02E1)
Purdue I CRO - PRA
Raleigh, NC
A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo­
controlled, Multicenter Trial with an Enriched
Study Design to Assess the Efficacy and
Safety of Oxycodone/Naloxone Controlled­
release Tablets (OXN) Compared to Placebo
in Opioid-experienced Subjects with Moderate
to Severe Pain due to Chronic Low Back Pain
who Require Around-the-clock Opioid
Therapy
(Purdue ONU3701)
Purdue I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-blind, Double­
dummy, Placebo-controlled, Active­
controlled, Parallel-group, Multicenter Trial of
Oxycodone Naloxone Controlled-release
Tablets (OXN) to Assess the Analgesic
Efficacy (Compared to Placebo) and the
Management of Opioid-induced Constipation
(Compared to Oxycodone Controlled-release
Tablets (OXY) in Opioid-experienced
Subjects with Uncontrolled Moderate to
Severe Chronic Low Back Pain and a History
of Opioid-induced Constipation who Require
Around-the-clock Opioid Therapy
(Purdue ONU3704)
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Table 1 Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Purdue I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-blind, Double­
dummy, Placebo-controlled, Active­
controlled, Parallel-group, Multicenter Trial of
Oxycodone/Naloxone Controlled-release
Tablets OXN) to Assess the Anafgesic
Efficacy (Compared to Placebo) and the ·
Management of Opioid-induced Constipation
(Compared to Oxycodone Controlled-release.
Tablets (OXY) in Opioid-experienced
Subjects with Controlled Moderate to Severe
Chronic Low Back Pain and a History of
Opioid-induced Constipation with Require
Around-the-clock Opioid Therapy
(Purdue ONU3705)
Purdue I CRO - INC
Raleigh, NC
An Open-label, Multicenter Study to Assess
the Long-Term Safety of Hydrocodone
Bitartrate (HYD) Tablets 20 to 120 mg Once­
daily in Subjects with Moderate to Severe
Chronic Non-malignant and Non-neuropathic
Pain
(Purdue HYD3003)
Purdue I CRO. - PRA
Charlottesville, VA
An Open-label, Extension Study to Assess the
Long-Term Safety of Twice Daily Oxycodone
Hydrochloride Controlled-release Tablets in
Opioid Experienced Children Who Completed
the OTR3001 Study
(Purdue OTR3002)
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PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Purdue I CRO - INC Raleigh, NC A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind,
Placebo-controlled Study with an Open-label
Run-in to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of
Hydrocodone Bitartrate (HYD) Tablets 20 to
120 mg Once-daily in Subjects with Moderate
to Severe Chronic Low Back Pain
(Purdue HYD3002)
Roxane I CRO - Quintiles Durham, NC A Multicenter, Open Label, Safety and
Pharmacokinetic Study of Oral Morphine
Sulfate Administration in Pediatric Subjects 2
years old through 17 years old with
Postoperative Pain
(Roxane MORP-OS+T-(2-17)-SPK-1)
Shire I CRO - Premier Research
Bluff City, TN
A Phase 2, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
Blind, Parallel-Group, Placebo-Controlled,
Forced-Dose Titration Study to Evaluate the
Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of SPD489
in Adults Aged 18-55 Years with Binge Eating
Disorder
(Shire SPD489-208)
Shire / CRO - ICON Brentwood, TN Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
blind, Parallel-group, Placebo-controlled,
Flexible Dose Titration, Efficacy and Safety
Study of SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with
Inadequate Response to Prospective Treatment
with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD489-322)
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PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Shire I CRO - ICON
Brentwood, TN
Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
blind, Parallel-group, Placebo-controlled,
Flexible Dose Titration, Efficacy and Safety
Study of SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with
Inadequate Response to Prospective Treatment
with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD489-323)
Shire I CRO - ICON
Brentwood, TN
Phase 3, Open-label, Multicenter, 12-month
Extension Safety and Tolerability Study of
SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with Residual
Symptoms or Inadequate Response Following
Treatment with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD489-329)
Shire Pharmaceuticals
Wayne, PA
A Phase 1, Randomized, Double-blind,
. Placebo-controlled Study to Assess the Safety,
Tolerability, Pharmacokinetics, and
Pharmacodynamics of Ascending, Multiple
Oral Doses of SPD489 (Lisdexamfetamine
Dimesylate) in Clinically Stable Adults with
Schizophrenia
(Shire SPD489-119)
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Table 1 Cont.
PI/ Sponsor
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Shire Pharmaceuticals Wayne,PA A Phase 2, Multicenter, Double-blind,
Parallel-group, Randomized, Placebo­
controlled, Forced-dose Titration, Dose­
ranging Efficacy and Safety Study of SPD489
in Combination with an Antidepressant in the
Treatment of Adults with Major Depressive
Disorder with Inadequate Response to
Prospective Treatment with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD 489-209)
Lara Ray, Ph.D. UCLA Los Angeles, CA Pharmacogenetics ofNaltrexone for Methamphetamine Use Disorder Steve Shoptaw, Ph.D.
UCLA Dept of Family Medicine
Los Angeles, CA
V arenicline for Methamphetamine Dependence NIDA Rockville, MD Cocaine Use Reduction with Buprenorphine (CURB) (NIDA C1N-0048) 16 TABLE2
RESEARCH STUDIES CLOSED OR CANCELLED IN 2011 Sponsor I PI Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Gayle C. Baldwin, Ph.D.
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Methamphetamine Dependence: A Novel
Laboratory Model
Giovanni Cucchiaro, MD
Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
USC Keck School ofMedicine
Los Angeles, CA
Caudal versus Intrathecal Morphine for
Post-operative Pain Control in Pediatric
Patients.
G. Patrick Dauert, M.D.
UC Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, CA
Does Oral Methadone Use in Opiate
Replacement Therapy Prolong the QTc
Interval?
Robert H. Edwards, M.D.
Departments ofNeurology and Physiology
UCSF School ofMedicine
San Francisco, CA
Role of glutamate release by monoamine
neurons
Frederick :p. Frankel, Ph.D.
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Social Skills Training for Medicated
Children
Jean Gehricke, Ph.D.
UC Irvine
Irvine, CA
The Reinforcing Mechanisms of Smoking
in Adult ADHD
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Sponsor I PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Ian Gibbons, Ph.D. Theranos, Inc. Palo Alto, CA Assay Development for Medical Device
Submission to FDA
Scott Irwin, MD, PhD
San Diego Hospice and
Institute for Palliative Medicine
San Diego, CA
An Open Label Trial of Methylphenidate
for The Rapid Treatment of Depression in
Hospice Patients
Thomas S. Kilduff, Ph.D. SRI International Menlo Park, CA Neurobiological Studies of Gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB) Thomas King, Ph.D. Alexza Pharmaceuticals Mt. View, CA Development of an FDA Approved Dronabinol Pharmaceutical Product for Inhalation Delivery ·Yuriy Kirichok, Ph.D. UCSF San Francisco, CA Effects of Cannabinoids on Sperm Activity and Fertility Edward T. Kisak, Ph.D. F qubed, Inc. San Diego, CA Transdermal Delivery of . Tetrahydrocannabinol Kimberly D. Lakes, Ph.D. UC Irvine Irvine, CA The Effects ofVyvanse on Brain Hemodynamics and Reading 18 - - - - - - - - ----·-····-···----·-
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Table 2 Cont.
Sponsor I PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug Trial Protocol Stanley Parsons, Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA Rapid Detection of 4-hydroxybutyrate
Mark Rollins, MD, PhD UCSF San Francisco, CA Supplemental Oxygen: A Reduction in
Pulse Oximetry Sensitivity or an Increased
Margin of Safety?
Cephalon, Inc. Fort Washington, PA A 12-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the
Efficacy and Safety of Hydrocodone
Bitartrate Extended-Release Tablets
(CEP-33237) at 15 to 90 mg Every 12
Hours for Relief of Moderate to Severe
Pain in Patients with Osteoarthritis or
Low Back Pain Who Require Opioid
Treatment for an Extended Period of Time
(Cephalon C33237/3079).
Cephalon, Inc. Fort Washington, PA A 12-Month, Open-Label Study to
Evaluate the Long-Term Safety of
Hydrocodone Bitartrate Extended-Release
Tablets (CEP-33237) at 15 to 90mg Every
12 Hours in Patients Who Require Opioid
Treatment for an Extended Period of Time
(Cephalon C33237/3080)
Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals Indianapolis, IN A Fixed-Dose, Randomized, Double­
Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of
LY2216684 in Pediatric Patients with
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(Lilly H9P-MC-LNBF)
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Table 2 Cont.
Sponsor I PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Insys Therapeutics
Phoenix, AZ
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Multi-Center Study to Evaluate
the Safety and Efficacy of Fentanyl
Sublingual Spray (Fentanyl SL Spray) for
the Treatment of Breakthrough Cancer
Pain
(Insys INS-05-00 1)
Ortho-McNeil Janssen Scientific Affairs
Titusville, NJ
A Placebo-controlled, Double-blind, Parallel-group, Individualized Dosing Study Optimizing Treatment of Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to an Effective Response with OROS Methylphenidate (OMJSA CONCERTA.:ATT-3014) Johnson & Johnson PRD
Horsham, PA
An Open-Label, Single-Ascending-Dose
Study to Investigate the Pharmacokinetics
and Safety ofCONCERTA® in Healthy
Japanese Adult Male Subjects
(J&J CONCERTANAP1003)
Johnson & Johnson PRD
Titusville, NJ
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
and Active-Controlled Study to Evaluate
the Efficacy, Safety and Tolerability of
JNJ-42160443 as Monotherapy in
Subjects with Moderate to Severe,
Chronic Knee pain from Osteoarthritis
(J & J PRD JNJ-42160443-PAI-2006)
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Sponsor I PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
King Pharmaceuticals
Cary,NC
A Multi-center, Primary Care-Based,
Open-Label Study to Assess the Success
of Converting Opioid-Experienced
Patients, with Chronic, Moderate to
Severe Pain, to EMBEDA™ Using a
Standardized Conversion Guide, and to
Identify Behaviors Related to Prescription
Opioid Abuse, Misuse, and Diversion
(King AL0-0 1-1 0-4003)
N euromed Pharmaceuticals
Conshohocken, PA
A Phase III, Flexible-Dose Titration
Followed by a Randomized Double-Blind
Study of Controlled-Release OROS®
Hydromorphone HCl (NMED-1 077)
CompG!Ied to Placebo in Patients with
Osteoarthritis Pain
(Neuromed NMT1077-302)
N ovartis Pharmaceuticals
East Hanover, NJ
Arandomized, multi-center, double-blind,
placebo-controlled, cross-over study
evaluating the safety and efficacy of
Focalin-XR 30 mg vs Focalin XR 20 mg
as measured by SKAMP-Combined scores
in children with Attention-Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in a
laboratory classroom setting
(Novartis CRIT 124 EUS 21)
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Sponsor/ PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
Ortho-McNeil Janssen Scientific Affairs
Irvine, CA
Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo­
Controlled, Crossover Study Evaluating
the Academic, Behavioral and Cognitive
Effects ofCONCERTA on Older Children
with ADHD (The ABC Study)
(OMJSA CONCERTA-ATT-4069)
Ortho-McNeil Janssen Scientific Affairs
Raritan, NJ
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Multi­
Center, Parallel-Group Study of
Tapentadol Immediate Release (IR) vs.
Oxycodone IR for the Treatment of
Subjects with Acute Post-Operative Pain
Following Elective Arthroscopic Shoulder
Surgery
(OMJSA R331333-PAI-3022)
QRxPharma I CRO - Rho, Inc.
Chapel Hill, NC
A Double-Blind, Randomized, Multi­
Center, Repeat-Dose, Comparison of the
Analgesic Efficacy & Safety of the Opioid
Combination Q8003 to each of the
Individual Milligram Components
(Oxycodone & Morphine) in the
Management of Acute Moderate to Severe
Pain Following Bunionectomy Surgery
(QRxPharma Q8003-021)
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Sponsor I PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug
Trial Protocol
QRxPharma I CRO - Rho, Inc.
Chapel Hill, NC
A Randomized, Double-Blind,
Multicenter, Repeat-Dose Comparison of
Q8003 to the Morphine-Equivalent Doses
of Oxycodone and of Morphine for the
Opioid-Related Adverse Events of
Nausea, Emesis, and Dizziness in Subjects
with Acute Moderate-to-Severe
Postoperative ·pain Following
Bunionectomy Surgery
(QRxPharma Q8003-022)
Shire I CRO- INC
Raleigh, NC
A Phase II, Multicenter Study with Open­
label and Randomized Double-blind
Placebo-Controlled Withdrawal Phases to .
Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and
Tolerability of SPD489 in Adults with
Schizophrenia and Predominant Negative
Symptoms Who Are Clinically Stable and
Taking Stable Doses of Atypical ·
Antipsychotic Medication
(Shire SPD489-204)
Shire I CRO - INC
Raleigh, NC
A Phase 2, Multicenter, Randomized,
Double-blind, Placebo-controlled,
Parallel-group Study to Evaluate the
Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of
SPD489 in Adults with Clinically
Significant, Persistent Executive Function
Impairments (EFI) and Partial or Full
Remission of Recurrent Major Depressive
Disorder
(Shire SPD-205)
23 Table 2 Cont.
Sponsor /PI
Title of Study I Clinical Drug Trial Protocol Zogenix, Inc. Emeryville, CA A Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy, Tolerability and Safety ofHydrocodone Bitartrate Controlled-Release Capsules in Opioid-experienced Subjects with Moderate to Severe Chronic Low Back Pain. (Zogenix ZX002-080 1) Gantt Galloway, Pharm.D.
APRL CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
A Dose Ranging Study of Guanfacine for Methamphetamine Walter Ling, M.D. · UCLA Los Angeles, CA Optimizing Outcomes Using Suboxone for Opiate Dependence Catalyst Pharmaceuticals Coral Gables, FL Vigabatrin for Treatment of Cocaine Dependence: A Phase II Study" (Catalyst CPP-01005) Catalyst Pharmaceuticals Coral Gables, FL Vigabatrin for Treatment of Methamphetamine Dependence: A Phase II Study (Catalyst CPP-02001) Titan Pharmaceuticals
S. San Francisco, CA
A Phase 3, Six-Month, Open-Label Re­
Treatment Study ofProbuphine in Opioid Addiction (Titan PR0-811) 24
APPENDIX A
CURRENTLY OPEN (through December 31, 2011) SCHEDULE I AND SCHEDULE II NON-HUMAN AND ACADEMIC HUMAN RESEARCH STUDIES Principal Investigator
Title of Study
Mark A. Agius, M.D. UC. Davis Davis, CA Cannabis for Spasticity/Tremor in MS:
Placebo Controlled Study
Hussien Al-Shamma, Ph.D. Arena Pharmaceuticals San Diego, CA Evaluation of lorcaserin for abuse liability
using the Drug Discrimination Test in the Rat
Danilyn Angeles, Ph.D. Lorna Linda University Lorna Linda, CA Panel Approved Research
Mariusz Banaszczyk, Ph.D. Biosite Diagnostics San Marcos, CA Development of In-vitro Immunoassays for
the Detection of Abused Substances
The role of cannabinoids and ibogaine in the
Selena E. Barrett, Ph.D. Ernest Gallo Clinic & Research Ctr. treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction
Emeryville, CA Matthias Behrends, M.D. UCSF San Francisco, CA A Randomized, Parallel, Double-Blind
Efficacy and Safety Study of Biphentin™
Methylphenidate Hydrochloride Extended
Release Capsules Compared to Placebo in
Children and Adolescents 6 to 18 years with
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
25 Appendix A Cont.
Principal Investigator
Title of Study
Nancy E. Buckley, Ph.D.
California State Polytechnic Univ.
Pomona, CA 91768
Panel approved research
John R. Cashman, Ph.D.
Human BioMolecular Research
Institute
San Diego, CA
Molecular Evolution of Human Cocaine Catalysis KentS. Chu, Ph.D.
YJ Bio-Products
Cordova, CA
Immunochromatographic Test Device for THC and LSD Laura Colin
Biostride, Inc.
Redwood City, CA
Panel Approved Research Project
PeggyCompton, RN, PhD
UCLA School ofNursing
Los Angeles, CA
Pain, Opioids, and Pro-inflammatory Immune
Responses
Mark Geyer, Ph.D.
UC San Diego
San Diego, CA
Behavioral and Cytoflourimetric Studies of
Psychoactive Drugs in Rats
Valerie Gruber, Ph.D.
UCSF SF General Hospital
San Francisco, CA ·
Investigation of Age Differences in Analgesic,
Cognitive, and subjective effects of
Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, and
Acetaminophen
Kanthi F. Hettiarachchi, Ph.D.
SRI International
Menlo Park, CA
Analysis of Cannabinoids
26 Appendix A Cont.
Principal Investigator Title of Study
Scott A. Irwin, MD, PhD
San Diego Hospice/ Palliative Care
San Diego, CA
Panel Approved Research Project
Reese Jones, M.D.
UCSF
San Francisco, CA
Phase I Study of Interactions between Oral Naltrexone and Bupropion and Intravenous Methamphetamine in Methamphetamine Experienced Adam Leventhal, Ph.D.
USC Keck School of Medicine
Alhambra, CA
Influence of Genes and Emotions on medication Effects Daniel Levin, Ph.D.
NORAC Pharma
Azusa, CA
Panel Approved Research
Daniel Levin, Ph.D.
NORAC Pharma
Azusa, CA
Panel Approved Research
Daniel Levin, Ph.D.
NORAC Pharma
Azusa, CA
Panel Approved Research
Daniel Levin, Ph.D.
NORAC Pharma
Azusa, CA
Panel Approved Research
Marie Lin, Ph.D. R.Ph.
Lin-Zhi International, Inc. ·
Sunnyvale, CA
Lin-Zhi Immunoassay Development Study
27 Appendix A Cont.
Principal Investigator
Title of Study
Edythe London, Ph.D ..
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
A Study to Assess.the Cardiovascular,
Cognitive, and Subjective Effects of
Atomoxetine in Combination with Intravenous
Amphetamine
Sean Mackey, MD, PhD
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
Neural and Immune Effects of Short-term Opioid Use in Chronic Pain Patients· Sean D. McAllister, Ph.D.
CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
Panel Approved Research Project
James T. McCracken, M.D.
UCLANPI
Los Angeles, CA
An 8-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind
Comparison of Twice-Daily Guanfacine,
Once-Daily d-Methylphenidate ER (Focalin
XR) and the Combination, with a 12 Month
Open-Label Extension for the Treatment of
ADHD in Pediatric Subjects Aged 7 to 14
years
John Mendelson, M.D.
APRL/CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
The Effects of MDMA on Sleep Architecture,
Water Homeostasis, and Cognitive Function
John Mendelson, M.D.
APRL/CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
Bioavailability and Urinary Excretion of Oral
L-Methamphetamine
Ardis Moe, Ph.D.
UCLA Center for AIDS Research
Los Angeles, CA
Phase III, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind
Crossover Study of Slow-Release
Methylphenidate (Concerta ™) for Treatment
of HIV Dementia
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Appendix A Cont.
Principal Investigator
Title of Study
Loren Parsons, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Cognitive and Neurochemical Effects of !.l9­
tetrahydrocannabinol and related cannabinoids
in rodents
Richard Reznichek, M.D.
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Torrance, CA
A prospective, randomized, double-blind
study comparing the efficacy and safety of
intra nasal fentanyl spray to placebo as an
analgesic in patients undergoing outpatient
cystoscopic procedures
Rajkumar J. Sevak, Ph.D.
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Human Methamphetamine
Self-Administration in a Progressive-Ratio
Paradigm
Rajkumar J. Sevak, Ph.D.
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
. Safety and Initial Efficacy of
Lisdexamfetamine for Modifying the
Behavioral Effects of Intravenous
Methamphetamine in Humans
Matthew L. Springer, Ph.D.
UCSF
San Francisco, CA
Assessment of Impairment of Vascular
Function in Rats by Environmental Exposure
to Marijuana Second Hand Smoke
Michael Taffe, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Behavioral and Physiological Toxicities of
Cannabinoids
Michael Taffe, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA
Behavioral Toxicities of Amphetamine and
Cathinone Stimulant Drugs
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Principal Investigator
Title of Study
Stephen Van Dien, Ph.D. Genomatica, Inc. San Diego, CA Panel Approved Research Project
Ronald Victor, M.D. Heart Institute Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles, CA Cocaine and Sympathetic Nerve Activity in
Humans - "Cocaine and the Heart"
Mark Wallace, M.D. UC San Diego San Diego, CA Efficacy of Inhaled Cannabis for the Treatment of Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Endocytosis and Opioid Receptors
Jennifer L. Whistler, Ph.D. Ernest Gallo Clinic & Research Ctr. Emeryville, CA Timothy Wigal, Ph.D.
UC Irvine
Irvine, CA
Brain Dopamine Function in Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Barth Wilsey, M.D.
UC Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, CA
The Analgesic Effect of Vaporized Cannabis
on Neuropathic Pain
Barth Wilsey, M.D.
UC Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, CA
The Effect of Vaporized Cannabis on Neuropathic Pain in Spinal Cord Injury 30 APPENDIXB
CURRENTLY OPEN (through December 31, 2011) SCHEDULE II CLINICAL DRUG TRIAL STUDIES Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
AcelRx
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate the
Efficacy and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab
for the Management of Acute Pain Following
Bunionectomy Alone or with Hammertoe
Repair
(AcelRx SAP202)
AcelRx
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate the
Efficacy and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab
PCA System/15 meg for the Treatment of
Post-Operative in Patients after Open
Abdominal Surgery
(AcelRx IAP310)
AcelRx
Redwood City, CA
A Multicenter, Randomized, Open-Label,
Parallel-Group Trial to Compare the Efficacy
and Safety of the Sufentanil NanoTab PCA
System/15 meg to Intravenous Patient­
Controlled Analgesia with Morphine for the
Treatment of Acute Post-Operative Pain
(AcelRx IAP309)
Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and
Safety ofNKTR-118 in Patients with Non­
Cancer-Related Pain and Opioid-Induced
Constipation (OIC)
(AstraZeneca D3820C00004)
31 Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Sponsor
Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety ofNKTR-118 in Patients with Non­
Cancer-Related Pain and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) (AstraZeneca D3 820C00005) Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety ofNKTR-118 in Relieving Opioid­
Induced Constipation (OIC) in Patients with Cancer-Related Pain (AstraZeneca D3820C00006) Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled 12-Week Extension Study to Assess the Safety and Tolerability ofNKTR­
118 in Patients with Non-Cancer-Related Pain and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) (AstraZeneca D3820C00007) Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
An Open-Label 52 week Study to Assess the Long-Term Safety ofNKTR-118 in Opioid­
Induced Constipation (OIC) in Patients with Non-Cancer-Related Pain (AstraZeneca D3820C00008) Astra Zenica I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
An Open-label, Parallel-group, Phase I Study to Compare the Pharmacokinetics ofNKTR­
118 Following a Single-Oral Dose in Subjects with Renal Impairment and Subjects with Normal Renal Function (AstraZenica D3820C00009) 32
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Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
BRC Operations Pty Ltd.
Ultimo, NSW, Australia
International Study to Predict Optimized Treatment in Attention Deficit/.Hyperactivity Disorder (BRC iSPOT-A) G W Pharmaceuticals
Mill Valley, CA
Panel Approved Research Project G W Pharmaceuticals
Milly Valley, CA
Panel Approved Research Project GW Pharmaceuticals
Milly Valley, CA
Panel Approved Research Project INTRuST Clinical Consortium
La Jolla, CA
Randomized Controlled Trial of Galantamine, Methylphenidate, and Placebo for the Treatment of Cognitive Symptoms in Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and/or Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PISD) ("Cognitive REmediation After Trauma Exposure" Trial = CREATE Trial") Johnson & Johnson
Titusville, NJ
A Randomized-Withdrawal, Placebo­
Controlled, Study Evaluating the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability, of Tapentadol Extended-Release (ER) in Subjects with Chronic, Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) (J&J R331333-PAI-3027) 33 Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Johnson & Johnson
Malvern, PA
A Single-Dose, Open-Label, Randomized,
Two-Way Crossover Study to Assess the
Bioequivalence of Tapentadol Give as Two
25mg Extended-Release Tamper-Resistant
Formulation (TRF) Tablets Relative to One
50mg Extended-Release TRF Tablet in
Healthy Japanese Male Subjects
(J & J R331333 PAl 1062)
Johnson & Johnson
Malvern, PA
A Single-Dose, Open-Label, Randomized,
Two-Way Crossover Study to Assess the
Bioequivalence of Tapentadol Given as Two
50mg Extended-Release Tamper-Resistant
Formulation (TRF) Tablets Relative to One
100mg Extended-Release TRF Tablet in
Healthy Japanese Male Subjects
(J & J R331333 PAl 1063)
Johnson & Johnson
Malvern, PA
A Single-Dose, Open-Label, Randomized,
Four-Way Crossover Study to Assess the
Dose-Proportionality of the Pharmacokinetics
ofTapentadol, Given as Tamper-Resistant
Tablets, in Healthy Japanese and Korean Male
Subjects
(J & J PAl 1064)
Mallinckrodt I CRO - INC
Middleton, MD
An Open Label Safety Study of COV795 in
Subjects with Osteoarthritis or Chronic Low
Back Pain
(COV l5000181US)
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Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Mallinckrodt
Hazelwood, MD
A Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Evaluation of the Safety and Analgesic Efficacy of COV795 (Oxycodone HCl I Acetaminophen) ER Tablets in Moderate to Severe Post-Operative Bunionectomy Pain Followed by an Open Label Extension (COV15000 182US) Mundipharma I CRO - Parexel
Woburn,MA
A Confirmatory, Placebo-Controlled, Randomized, Double-Blind, Single-Dummy, Parallel Group, Ratio-Finding Study in Constipated Pain Patients to Establish an Optimal Hydromorphone (Mundipharma HMX 3501) N ovartis Pharmaceuticals
East Hanover, NJ
A 40-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo controlled, Multicenter Efficacy and Safety Study of Ritalin® LA in the Treatment of Adult Patients with Childhood-Onset ADHD (Novartis CRIT124D2302) N ovartis Pharmaceuticals
East Hanover, NJ
A 6-Month, Open-Label Extension to a 40­
Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled, Multicenter Efficacy and Safety study of Ritalin® LA in the Treatment of Adult Patients with Childhood-Onset ADHD (Novartis CRIT 124D 2302El) 35 Sponsor
Purdue I CRO - PRA
Lenexa, KS
Description or Title of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol An Open-Label Study to Characterize the
. Pharmacokinetics and Safety of Oxycodone
HCl q12h Controlled-Release (ORF) Tablets
in Pediatric Patients Aged 6 to 16 Years
Inclusive, Who Require Opioid Analgesia
(Purdue OTR 1020)
Purdue I CRO - PRA
Lenexa, KS
An Open-Label, Multicenter Study ofthe
Safety of Twice Daily Oxycodone HCl
Controlled-Release Tablets in Opioid
Experienced Children from Ages 6 to 16
Years Old, Inclusive, with Moderate to Severe
Malignant and/or Nonmalignant Pain
Requiring Opioid Analgesics
(Purdue OTR 3001)
Purdue I CRO - PRA
Raleigh, NC
A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo­
controlled, Multicenter Trial with an Enriched
Study Design to Assess the Efficacy and
Safety of Oxycodone/Naloxone Controlled­
release Tablets (OXN) Compared to Placebo
in Opioid-experienced Subjects with Moderate
to Severe Pain due to Chronic Low Back Pain
who Require Around-the-clock Opioid
Therapy
(Purdue ONU3701)
36 Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Purdue I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-blind, Double­
dummy, Placebo-controlled, Active­
controlled, Parallel-group, Multicenter Trial of
Oxycodone Naloxone Controlled-release
Tablets (OXN) to Assess the Analgesic
Efficacy (Compared to Placebo) and the
Management of Opioid-induced Constipation
(Compared to Oxycodone Controlled-release
Tablets (OXY) in Opioid-experienced
Subjects with Uncontrolled Moderate to
Severe Chronic Low Back Pain and a History
of Opioid-induced Constipation who Require
Around-the-clock Opioid Therapy
(Purdue O:NU3704)
Purdue I CRO - Quintiles
Overland Park, KS
A Randomized, Double-blind, Double­
dummy, Placebo-controlled, Active­
controlled, Parallel-group, Multicenter Trial of
Oxycodone/Naloxone Controlled-release
Tablets OXN) to Assess the Analgesic
Efficacy (Compared to Placebo) and the
Management of Opioid-induced Constipation
(Compared to Oxycodone Controlled-release
Tablets (OXY) in Opioid-experienced
Subjects with Controlled Moderate to Severe
Chronic Low Back Pain and a History of
Opioid-induced Constipation with Require
Around-the-clock Opioid Therapy
(Purdue ONU3705)
Purdue I CRO - INC
Raleigh, NC
An Open-label, Multicenter Study to Assess
the Long-Term Safety of Hydrocodone
Bitartrate (HYD) Tablets 20 to 120 mg Once­
daily in Subjects with Moderate to Severe
Chronic Non-malignant and Non-neuropathic
Pain
(Purdue HYD3003)
37 Sponsor
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Purdue I CRO - PRA
Charlottesville, VA
An Open-label, Extension Study to Assess the
Long-Term Safety of Twice Daily Oxycodone
Hydrochloride Controlled-release Tablets in
Opioid Experienced Children Who Completed
the OTR3001 Study
(Purdue OTR3002)
Purdue I CRO - INC
Raleigh, NC
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind,
Placebo-controlled Study with an Open-label
Run-in to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of
Hydrocodone Bitartrate (HYD) Tablets 20 to
120 mg Once-daily in Subjects with Moderate
to Severe Chronic Low Back Pain
(Purdue HYD3002)
Rhodes Pharmaceuticals
Boston, MA
A Randomized, Double-Blind Study ofthe
Time Course of Response ofBiphentin®
Methylphenidate Hydrochloride Extended
Release Capsules As Compared to Placebo in
Children 6 to 12 Years With Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder in an Analog
Classroom Setting
(_R4odes RP-BP-EF001)
Rhodes Pharmaceuticals
Boston, MA
A Randomized, Parallel, Double-Blind
Efficacy and Safety Study ofBiphentin™
Methylphenidate· Hydrochloride Extended
Release Capsules Compared to Placebo in
Children and Adolescents 6 to 18 years with
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(Rhodes RP-BP-EF002)
38 Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Sponsor
Roxane I CRO - Quintiles
Durham,NC
A Multicenter, Open Label, Safety and Pharmacokinetic Study of Oral Morphine Sulfate Administration in Pediatric Subjects 2 years old through 17 years old with Postoperative Pain (Roxane MORP-OS+T-(2-17)-SPK-1) Shire Pharmaceuticals
Hampshire, UK
A Phase III, Double-Blind, Placebo­
Controlled, Randomized Withdrawal, Multicenter, Extension, Safety and Efficacy Study of Lisdexamfetamine Dimesylate (LDX) in Children and Adolescents Aged 6­
17 with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (Shire SPD489-326) Shire Pharmaceuticals
Wayne, PA
A Phase 2, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
blind, Placebo-controlled, Parallel-group Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of SPD489 in Adults with Clinically Significant, Persistent Executive Function Impairments (EFI) and Partial or Full Remission of Recurrent Major Depressive Disorder (Shire SPD-205) Shire I CRO - Premier
BuffCity, TN
A Phase 2, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
Blind, Parallel-Group, Placebo-Controlled, Forced-Dose Titration Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of SPD489 in Adults Aged 18-55 Years with Binge Eating Disorder (Shire SPD489-208) 39 -~·------·~-·
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Sponsor
Description or Title of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol Shire I CRO - ICON
Brentwood, TN
Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
blind, Parallel-group, Placebo-controlled,
Flexible Dose Titration, Efficacy and Safety
Study of SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with
Inadequate Response to Prospective Treatment
with an Antidepressant
{Shire SPD489-322)
Shire I CRO - ICON
Brentwood, TN
Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double­
blind, Parallel-group, Placebo-controlled,
Flexible Dose Titration, Efficacy and Safety
Study of SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with
Inadequate Response to Prospective Treatment
with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD489-323)
Shire I CRO - ICON
Brentwood, TN
Phase 3, Open-label, Multicenter, 12-month Extension Safety and Tolerability Study of · SPD489 in Combination with an
Antidepressant in the Treatment of Adults
with Major Depressive Disorder with Residual
Symptoms or Inadequate Response Following
Treatment with an Antidepressant
(Shire SPD489-329)
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Sponsor
I.
I
Description or Title
of Clinical Drug Trial Protocol
Shire Pharmaceuticals
Wayne, PA
A Phase 1, Randomized, Double-blind,
Placebo-controlled Study to Assess the Safety,
Tolerability, Pharmacokinetics, and
Pharmacodynamics of Ascending, Multiple
Oral Doses of SPD489 (Lisdexamfetamine
Dimesylate) in Clinically Stable Adults with
Schizophrenia
(Shire SPD489-119)
Shire Pharmaceuticals
Wayne, PA
A Phase 2, Multicenter, Double-blind,
Parallel-group,- Randomized, Placebo­
controlled, Forced-dose Titration, Dose­
ranging Efficacy and Safety Study of SPD489
in Combination with an Antidepressant in the
Treatment of Adults with Major Depressive
Disorder with Inadequate Response to
Prospective Treatment with a11 Antidepressant
(Shire SPD 489-209)
Zogenix Inc.
Emeryville
A Long-Term Open-Label Safety Study of
Hydrocodone Bitartrate Controlled-Release
Capsules with Flexible Dosing to Treat
Subjects with Moderate to Severe Pain.
(Zogenix ZX002-0802)
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APPENDIXC
CURRENTLY OPEN (December 31, 2011) RESEARCH STUDIES
ON THE TREATMENT OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Investigator or Sponsor
Description or Title
ofResearch Study
Keith E. Flower, M.D.
APRL/CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
A Pilot Trial ofNaltrexone for
Methamphetamine Addiction - Role of the
A118G SNP
Gantt P. Galloway, Pharm.D.
APRL/CPMC Research Institute
San Francisco, CA
A Dose Ranging Study of Modafinil for
Methamphetamine Dependence
Keith Heinzerling, MD, MPH
UCLAISAP
Los Angeles, CA
Pharmacogenomics and Medication
Development for Methamphetamine
Dependence
Keith Heinzerling, MD, MPH
UCLAISAP
Los Angeles, CA
Pilot Trial ofBupropion versus Placebo for
Methamphetamine Abuse in Adolescents
Walter Ling, M.D.
UCLAISAP
Los Angeles, CA
Sustained-Release Methylphenidate for
management of Methamphetamine
Dependence
Lara Ray, Ph.D.
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Pharmacogenetics ofNaltrexone for
Methamphetamine Use Disorder
Steven Shoptaw, Ph.D.
UCLA.
Los Angeles, CA
Phase I Safety Interaction Trial of Ibudilast
with Methamphetamine
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· Steven Shoptaw, Ph.D.
UCLA.
Los Angeles, CA
Description or Title
of Research Study
V arenicline for Methamphetamine Dependence NIDA
Rockville, MD ·
Cocaine Use Reduction with Buprenorphine (CURB) (CTN-0048) Titan Pharmaceuticals I CRO - PPD
S. San Francisco, CA
A Randomized, Placebo and Active­
Controlled, Multi-Center Study ofProbuphine in Patients with Opioid Dependence (Titan PR0-806) I
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APPENDIXD
SECTIONS CONCERNING THE RESEARCH ADVISORY PANEL FROM THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE § 11213. Persons who, under applicable federal laws or regulations, are lawfully
entitled to use controlled substances for the purpose of research, instruction, or analysis,
may lawfully obtain and use for such purposes such substances as are defined as
controlled substances in this division, upon approval for use of such controlled
substances in bona fide research, instruction, or analysis by the Research Advisory Panel
established pursuant to § 11480 and § 11481.
Such research, instruction, or analysis shall be carried on only under the auspices of the
head of a research project which has been approved by the Research Advisory Panel
pursuant to § 11480 or § 11481. Complete records of receipts, stocks at hand, and use
of these controlled substances shall be kept.
§ 11480. The Legislature finds that there is a need to encourage further research into the
nature and effects of marijuana and hallucinogenic drugs and to coordinate research
efforts on such subjects.
There is a Research Advisory Panel which consists of a representative of the State
Department of Health Services, a representative of the California State Board of
Pharmacy, a representative ofthe Attorney General, a representative of the University of
California who shall be a pharmacologist, a physician, or a person holding a doctorate
degree in the health sciences, a representative of a private university in this State who
shall be a pharmacologist, a physician, or a person holding a doctorate degree in the
health sciences, a representative of a statewide professional medical society in this state
who shall be engaged in the private practice of medicine and shall be experienced in
treating controlled substance dependency, a representative appointed by and serving at
the pleasure of the Governor who shall have experience in drug abuse, cancer, or
controlled substance research and who is either a registered nurse, licensed pursuant to
Chapter 6 (commencing with§ 2700) ofDivision 2 of the Business and Professions
Code, or other health professional. The Governor shall annually designate the private
university and the professional medical society represented on the Panel. Members of
the Panel shall be appointed by the heads of the entities to be represented, and they shall
serve at the pleasure of the appointing power.
The Panel shall annually select a chairinan from among its members.
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Appendix D Cont.
§ 11480. Cont.
The Panel may hold hearings on, and in other ways study, research projects concerning
marijuana or hallucinogenic drugs in this state. Members of the Panel shall serve
without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for any actual and necessary expenses
incurred in connection with the performance of their duties.
The Panel may approve research projects, which have been registered by the Attorney
General, into the nature and effects of marijuana or hallucinogenic drugs, and shall
inform the Attorney General of the head of the approved research projects which are
entitled to receive quantities of marijuana pursuant to § 11478.
The Panel may withdraw approval of a research project at any time, and when approval
is withdrawn shall notify the head of the research project to return any quantities of
marijuana to the Attorney General.
The Panel shall report annually to the Legislature and the Governor those research
projects approved by the Panel, the nature of each research project, and, where
available, the conclusions ofthe research project.
§ 11481. The Research Advisory Panel may hold hearings on, and in other ways study,
research projects concerning the treatment of abuse of controlled substances.
The Panel may approve research projects, which have been registered by the Attorney
General, concerning the treatment of abuse of controlled substances and shall inform the
chief of such approval. The Panel may withdraw approval of a research project at any
time and when approval is withdrawn shall so notify the chief.
The Panel shall, annually and in the manner determined by the Panel, report to the
Legislature and the Governor those research projects approved by the Panel, the nature
of each research project, and where available, the conclusions ofthe research project.
§ 11603. The Attorney General, with the approval ofthe Research Advisory Panel, may
authorize persons engaged in research on the use and effects of controlled substances to
withhold the names and other identifying characteristics of individuals who are the
subjects of the research. Persons who obtain this authorization are not compelled in any
civil, criminal, administrative, legislative, or other proceedings to identify the
individuals who are the subjects of research for which the authorization was obtained.
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§ 11604. The Attorney General, with the approval of the Research Advisory Panel, may
authorize the possession and distribution of controlled substances by persons engaged in
research. Persons who obtain this authorization are exempt from state prosecution for
possession and distribution of controlled substances to the extent of the authorization.
§ 24172. Experimental subject's bill ofrights; contents
As used in the chapter, "experimental subject's bill of rights," means a list ofthe rights
of a subject in a medical experiment, written in a language in which the subject is fluent.
Except as otherwise provided in§ 24175, this list shall include, but not be limited to the
subject's right to:
(a) Be informed of the nature and purpose of the experiment.
(b) Be given an explanation of the procedures to be followed in the medical
experiment, and any drug or device to be utilized.
(c) Be given a description of any attendant discomforts and risks reasonably to be
expected from the experiment.
(d) Be given an explanation of any benefits to the subject reasonably to be expected
from the experiment, if applicable.
(e) Be given a disclosure of any appropriate alternative procedures, drugs or devices
that might be advantageous to the subject, and their relative risks and benefits.
(f) Be informed of the avenues of medical treatment, if any, available to the subject
after the experiment if complications should arise.
(g) Be given an opportunity to ask any questions concerning the experiment or the
procedures involved.
(h) Be instructed that consent to participate in the medical experiment may be
withdrawn at any time and the subject may discontinue participation in the medical
experiment without prejudice.
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§ 24172. Cont.
(i) Be given a copy of the signed and dated written consent form as provided for by
§ 24173 or § 24178.
G) Be given the opportunity to decide to consent or not to consent to a medical ·
experiment without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress,
coercion, or undue influence on the subject's decision.
§ 24173. Informed consent
As used in this chapter, "informed consent" means the authorization given pursuant to
§ 2417 5 to have a medical experiment performed after each of the following conditions
have been satisfied:
(a) The subject or subject's conservator or guardian, or other representative, as specified
in§ 24175, is provided with a copy of the experimental subject's bill of rights, prior to
consenting to participate in any medical experiment, containing all the information
required by§ 24172, and the copy is signed and dated by the subject or the subject's
conservator or guardian, or other representative, as specified in§ 24175.
(b) A written consent form is signed and dated by the subject or the subject's
conservator or guardian, or other representative, as specified in§ 24175.
(c) The subject or subject's conservator or guardian, or other representative, as specified
in§ 24175, is informed both verbally and within the written consent form, in
nontechnical terms and in a language in which the subject or the subject's conservator
or guardian, or other representative, as specified in§ 24175, is fluent, ofthe following
facts of the proposed medical experiment, which might influence the decision to
undergo the experiment, including, but not limited to:
(1) An explanation of the procedures to be followed in the medical experiment and
any drug or device to be utilized, including the purposes of the procedures, drugs, or
devices. If a placebo is to be administered or dispensed to a portion of the subjects
involved in a medical experiment, all subjects of the experiment shall be informed
of that fact; however, they need not be informed as to whether they will actually be
administered or dispensed a placebo.
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§ 24173. Cont.
(2) A description of any attendant discomfort and risks to the subject reasonably to
be expected.
(3) An explanation of any benefits to the subject reasonably to be expected, if
applicable.
(4) A disclosure of any appropriate alternative procedures, drugs, or devices that
might be advantageous to the subject, and their relative risks and benefits.
(5) An estimate of the expected recovery time of the subject after the experiment.
(6) An offer to answer any inquiries concerning the experiment or the procedures
involved.
(7) An instruction to the subject that he or she is free to withdraw his or her prior
consent to the medical experiment and discontinue participation in the medical ·
experiment at any time, without prejudice to the subject.
(8) The name, institutional affiliation, if any, and address of the person or persons
actually performing and primarily responsible for the conduct of the experiment.
(9) The name of the sponsor or funding source, if any, or manufacturer if the
experiment involves a drug or device, and the organization, if any, under whose general
aegis the experiment is being conducted.
(1 0) The name, address, and phone number of an impartial third party, not
associated with the experiment, to whom the subject may address complaints about the
experiment.
(11) The material financial stake or interest, if any, that the investigator or research
institution has in the outcome of the medical experiment. For purposes of this section,
"material" means ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more in securities or other assets
valued at the date of disclosure, or in relevant cumulative salary or other income,
regardless ofwhen it is earned or expected to be earned.
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§ 24173. Cont.
(d) The written consent form is signed and dated by any person other than the subject or
the conservator or guardian, or other representative of the subject, as specified in
§ 241 7 5, who can attest that the requirements for informed consent to the medical
experiment have been satisfied.
(e) Consent is voluntary and freely given by the human subject or the conservator or guardian, or other representative, as specified by§ 24175, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, coercion, or undue influence. 50 
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