As 2021 comes to a close, the team at the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry would like to thank you for your continued support of our goal of connecting people to Alzheimer’s-focused research studies. It has been a difficult year in many ways yet our commitment to end Alzheimer’s disease has never been stronger.
In 2021 we welcomed 11,892 new members to the Registry, added 14 new studies and are now 364,683 members strong. Take a look at a couple highlights from this year.
“Next year looks to be a busy and exciting one,” said Jessica Langbaum, PhD, Co-Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative. “We anticipate partnering with several new studies in 2022 to offer you even more opportunities to participate in research. We’ll also be exploring ways to improve your experience with the Registry and study opportunities.”
We are looking forward to new research and discoveries in 2022. And you are a key to our success! Your willingness to spread the word and participate in research will bring us closer to a world free from Alzheimer’s disease. As always, thank you for your ongoing support of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry and your contributions to our work.