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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.


Found (532) clinical trials

Alzheimer's Prevention Through Exercise

The purpose of this study is to learn about the possible benefits of aerobic exercise in controlling or reducing the amount of amyloid present in the brain, reducing changes in brain structure that may lead to Alzheimer's Disease (AD), and increasing cognitive ability in individuals that have amyloid deposits and ...

Phase N/A

Clinical Applications of Advanced Ophthalmic Imaging

This study to determine the clinical application of advanced ophthalmic imaging devices such as optical coherence tomography (OCT), retinal function imager (RFI), slit-lamp biomicroscopy (SLB), PERG in diseased eyes and normal controls.

Phase N/A

Decisions About Cancer Screening in Alzheimer's Disease

The Decisions about Cancer screening in Alzheimer's Disease (DECAD) study is the first study to test if an evidence-based decision aid for AD caregivers can support decision-making about mammography and improve the quality of medical decision-making about breast cancer screening. This large randomized controlled trial will recruit 426 dyads of ...

Phase N/A

Riluzole in Mild Alzheimer's Disease

A double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled study will be performed. Forty-eight individuals with a diagnosis of mild Alzheimer's disease between 60-85 years old will complete the study. There will be two cohorts of 60-75 and 75-85 years old that will be age-matched. All forty-eight individuals will have been on donepezil, which is ...


Multi-modal Neuroimaging in Alzheimer's Disease

The three main objectives of this project are: To Identify, compare and combine the predictive markers of AD, To better understand the pathophysiologic mechanisms of AD, To study the ability of different neuroimaging techniques to monitor AD's evolution. For these purposes, detailed neuropsychological evaluations, biological measures and brain structural & ...

Phase N/A

Markers of Alzheimers Disease and Cognitive Outcomes After Perioperative Care

This study will examine the hypothesis that changes in the cognition (i.e. thinking and memory) after anesthesia and surgery are correlated with changes in markers of Alzheimers Disease in the fluid around the brain and spinal cord (i.e. cerebrospinal fluid, or CSF), and/or changes in brain connectivity. The investigators will ...


Alzheimer's Prevention Registry: A Program to Accelerate Enrollment Into Studies

The Alzheimer's Prevention Registry (www.endALZnow.org) will collect contact and demographic information on individuals. The objective is to provide information the latest news and advances in Alzheimer's prevention research, and to inform enrollees about research studies in their community. Enrolled individuals will receive regular email communications. As research studies become available, ...

Phase N/A

Gait as Predictor of Dementia and Falls. The Gait and Brain Cohort Study

This longitudinal cohort study started in 2007 and is aiming to assess 400 older persons (65 y/o to 85 y/o) at risk of development cognitive impairment and dementia, during a 10 year of follow-up. The follow-up period was selected in order to cover the potential progression to dementia of at ...

Phase N/A

Efficacy Study for Treatment of Dementia in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

to show that 1. patients improve and stabilize after 12 -24 week treatment with rivastigmine in memory function 2. use of rivastigmine has a positive effect on apathy in PSP patients 3. therapy with rivastigmine has a no positive benefit on speech and overall results of the MMST 4. changes ...


Lutein and Alzheimer's Disease Study

Oxidative damage by free radicals may be involved in causing Alzheimer's disease (AD). Free radicals may lead to death of nerve cells and decline in brain function. Certain antioxidants may suppress this free radical damage associated with AD. Carotenoids are a family of naturally occurring antioxidants that have important functions ...