Help us understand how to better promote normal, healthy brain aging for all, and unlock the secrets of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
Most experts agree that we may be able to find better treatments, and possibly cures for Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, in the next decade, but only with the continued support of research participants such as you and your loved ones.
We hope you will consider this unique opportunity to contribute to our ongoing research efforts. Please help us to realize a day when Alzheimer's disease is nothing more than a well preserved memory.
Participation is open to persons of all genders, racial backgrounds, and ethnicities. Minority participants are encouraged to enroll. Enrolled participants will also learn about other research opportunities for which they may be eligible.
The UK-Alzheimer’s Disease Center is seeking volunteers for clinical research studies. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to ongoing research in the areas of Alzheimer's disease and normal aging for any and all interested participants. We are currently recruiting older adults with and without memory problems.
|Individuals without memory or thinking problems. Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Healthy Volunteers: Normal, healthy brain aging research participants from Fayette and surrounding counties in central Kentucky.|
|Individuals with memory or thinking problems. (patients who have transitioned from normal, preclinical Alzheimer’s disease or mild cognitive impairment, to Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias).|
|Minority Volunteer and Patient Opportunities - The Minority Gateway Clinic evaluates and follows minority (primarily African Americans) patients and volunteers without memory and thinking problems.|