MindCrowd is a first-of-its-kind web-based memory study to identify cognitive performance outliers and to better understand their genetic differences. In Phase I, the goal is to have 1 million individuals, aged 18+, take the 10-minute online test and gather information for a more detailed Phase II study.
Study Type: Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
READR is a study to understand the genetic factors influencing early-onset Alzheimer disease (AD) risk. The study includes individuals with early-onset AD, mild cognitive impairment, or other dementias. The study also includes family members without dementia or memory problems.
Location: Zoom Visits
Study Type: Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People with Memory Impairment
Tele-Savvy @Home is a fully online, self-paced program designed to increase dementia family caregivers’ knowledge, skills, and competence and confidence for guiding a person living with a dementia illness through days that are as safe, calm, and pleasant as possible. The program is divided into about 25 segments, each of which takes, on average, 20 minutes to complete. A manual and workbook are...
Location: Online or phone
Study Type: Caregiver Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People with Memory Impairment, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
The BrainHealth Project a landmark scientific study to measure, improve and track one’s own brain fitness. This easy-to-use online platform delivers a unique, science-backed program, accompanied by brain training and live virtual coaching.
This innovative approach to brain training teaches you to focus on your own strengths and performance, empowering you to continue becoming the best version of...
Study Type: Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Prevention Studies, Studies for People with Memory Impairment, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
This study is a collaboration between the University of Arizona and the University of Florida. The study will help researchers to learn more about the usefulness of a brain health intervention known as low-level light therapy or near-infrared photobiomodulation.
Location: Tucson, AZ
Study Type: Observational Studies, Studies for People with Memory Impairment