You are invited to participate in a research study concerning approaches to educating the public about Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Each of the lessons will take roughly 5-10 minutes to complete. You will be asked to answer some questions, read and engage in educational material, and complete a brief survey afterwards. Six months after completing all of the lessons, there will also be a brief survey...
Study Type: Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People with Memory Impairment, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
If you are 18 years or over, you can help the Brain Health Registry speed up cures for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, PTSD, and other brain disorders. It takes just a few minutes to get started. For most people, participation takes less than three hours per year.
Study Type: Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People with Memory Impairment, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
The EXERT Study is testing whether exercise (aerobic training or stretching/balance/range of motion exercise), can slow down memory loss or improve memory and thinking skills and other measures of brain health in people with mild memory loss and are at high risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease.
The EXERT Study is designed for people who do not currently exercise on a regular basis.
Location: Multiple Sites
Study Type: Studies for People with Memory Impairment
GeneMatch is a research program of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry to identify a large group of people interested in participating in Alzheimer’s research studies based on their genetic information. The information you provide will remain secure and confidential. It will be used to help potentially connect you to research studies. Whether you pursue participation in a study is entirely up to...
Study Type: Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Prevention Studies, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
Age: 55 to 75
There are 3 in-person studies and 7 online studies shown in alphabetical order.