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Dementia Clinical Trials

A listing of Dementia 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 (58) clinical trials

BEAM: Brain-Eye Amyloid Memory Study

Hypotheses: 1. Retinal correlations with neurodegeneration: a) Retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) pattern will differ in subjects in the MCI and early stages of LBD spectrum, AD, and VCI, relative to normal elders. i) RNFL thinning around the optic disc and macular thinning will correlate with hippocampal atrophy and with ...

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Cognitive Health in Ageing Register: Investigational Observational and Trial Studies in Dementia Research: Prospective Readiness Cohort Study

This is a prospective, non-interventional study consisting of a Main Study, a SubStudy, and an Ancillary Study that will enroll participants without dementia who are considered at high, medium, and low risk for developing AD from a community based register (referred to as the CHARIOT registry) in the United Kingdom. ...

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Validating Studies to Assess the Diagnostic Accuracy of a Software Application for Detection and Monitoring of Attentional Deficits in Delirium

The investigators previously developed a new neuropsychological test for the objective measurement of inattention in delirium, which was implemented on a purpose-built computerised device (Delbox). A prototype software application (DelApp) for smartphones has now been developed based on the same test. The DelApp has many advantages over existing tests, including ...

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Family Intervention in Recent Onset Schizophrenia Treatment (FIRST)

This is a randomized, open-label, parallel group study of patients with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, or schizophreniform disorder and their caregivers. Study will consist of a paired patient and caregiver. Patients will receive routine treatment, which may include oral antipsychotics or paliperidone palmitate, as directed by their treating physician. Caregivers for ...

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Brain Characterization of Amyloid Protein and Glucose Metabolism of ALFA Project Participants

18F‐Flutemetamol scans will be categorized as either positive or negative according to the standardized uptake value ratio (a quantitative measurement based on a ratio of mean target cortex activity divided by that in a cerebellar reference region). Participants with a SUVr over 1.56 will be classified as positive and, otherwise, ...

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A Study to Evaluate the Performance of a Diagnostic Test in ALS

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a rapidly progressive, degenerative disease of motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord that leads to muscle atrophy and spasticity in limb and bulbar muscles. Clinical presentations of this fatal disease include weakness, loss of ambulation, oropharyngeal dysfunction, weight loss, and ...

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Genomic Translation for ALS Care

In all patients, ALS/MND is caused by the progressive death of motor neurons. However, every patient is affected differently. Some develop symptoms in their 80's while others get sick in adolescence. Swallowing/speech are affected first in some patients, but most have weakness in their hands or feet at onset. Some ...

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Pre-Clinical (Alzheimers) Diagnosis PCD = Optimum Outcomes OO

Prospective observational study participants age 50-75 years are identified who are currently (<1 month) taking or will soon (within 3 months) start taking study medications of interest thru their own physician. Prospective observational study participants are explained how persons can be cognitively normal but at high risk for developing clinical ...

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Reference Database & Longitudinal Registry of the Normal and Pathological Aging Brain

Currently, there is no reliable, bedside, and non-invasive method for assessing connectivity changes in electrophysiological activity of the brain associated with brain-related pathologies, e.g., concussion, ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), etc. Event Related Potentials (ERPs), which are temporal reflections of the neural mass electrical activity of cells in specific regions ...

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Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN)

Dominantly inherited Alzheimer's disease (AD) represents less than 1% of all cases of AD and is an important model for study because the responsible mutations have known biochemical consequences that are believed to underlie the pathological basis of the disorder. Three major hypotheses will be tested: - First, that there ...

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