Who are we?
Danish University Antidepressant Group (DUAG) was established in 1983 as an organization that could carry out high quality, investigator-driven trials in the setting of a permanent multicenter group. This could create a basis for a better understanding of the basic elements of antidepressant therapy and conduct of clinical trials with antidepressants and thereby to contribute to the long-term strategies and development in the treatment of affective disorders.
DUAG has completed seven clinicals studies. These seven studies have involved a total of 15 clinical psychiatry centers and one clinical pharmacology center in Denmark.