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Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trials

A listing of Alzheimer's Disease medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (168) clinical trials

The MISSION-AD study is investigating the efficacy and safety of an investigational drug on symptoms of cognitive decline in individuals with mild cognitive impairment or early Alzheimer's disease. The study drug is a tablet which is taken by mouth once per day. The study will last approximately two years. Eligibility ...

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The INCREASE Study - Delaying the Onset of Alzheimer's Symptomatic Expression

This is a 12-month, parallel arm, study to be conducted at the University of Kentucky. The study will involve assessing medication use and identifying any medicines that may be inappropriate for elderly adults. At the beginning of the study, participants will be asked to undergo one amyloid-PET scan to detect ...

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Effect of Low Dose Radiotherapy on Brain Amyloidosis in the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is the most frequent neurodegenerative disease associated with dementia, with a constantly increasing prevalence associated with an aging population. Amyloid deposition is considered the first molecular event occurring in AD: as already showed in an animal model, a low-dose radiotherapy (RT) course is capable of reducing AD-associated ...

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The Residential Care Transition Module

Emerging research on family caregiving and institutionalization has found that families do not disengage from care responsibilities following relatives' admissions to residential long-term care settings. Families instead remain involved in a spectrum of care activities ranging from instrumental activities of daily living to emotional support. Perhaps for these reasons, a ...

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Exploration of the Enteric Nervous System in Alzheimer Disease

The close homology between the central and enteric nervous system suggests that a disease process affecting the central nervous system could also involve its enteric counterpart. The investigators have recently shown in that the enteric neurons can be readily analyzed using routine colonic biopsies. The investigators propose that the enteric ...

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Neurophysiological Correlates of Cognitive Tasks in Healthy Volunteers -WP3 P003

In the perspective to better evaluate the efficacy of new treatment strategies for Alzheimer disease (AD), it appears important to develop experimental paradigms to precisely measure cognitive endpoints/biomarkers that may be used in healthy volunteers as tools to validate drug efficacy profile. The use of Electroencephalography (EEG) may be, therefore, ...

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Reducing Risk for Alzheimer's Disease in High-Risk Women Through Yogic Meditation Training

Overall, the investigators anticipate recruiting 100 women (50 or older) with MCI and high Alzheimer's disease risk. Subjects will either receive: (1) MET class for 60 minutes per week; or (2) Kundalini yoga and "Kirtan Kriya" meditation class for 60 minutes per week. Assessments will be completed immediately after the ...

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Impact of Controlling Vascular Risk Factors on the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease

It is not currently known whether the optimum treatment of VRFs influences the progression and prognosis of Alzheimer's disease. Our starting hypothesis is that VRF control in Alzheimer's patients is associated with slower cognitive decline, less intense loss of personnel independence and fewer adverse events over the course of the ...

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The Swedish BioFINDER 2 Study

GENERAL AIMS: Develop methods for early and accurate diagnosis of different dementia disorders. This is important not only for the clinical diagnostic work-up, but also for selection of patients to clinical trials. Because dementia is very common among the elderly, but often misdiagnosed, we need to develop minimally invasive, reliable ...

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Program of Intensive Support in Emergency Departments for Care Partners of Cognitively Impaired Patients

POISED, a 4-year study, will test whether a novel care management intervention for family CGs of ED users with cognitive impairment and likely Alzheimer's disease and related dementias will reduce ED use at 3 and 6 months over the intervention period. ED use and other measures will also be examined ...

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