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Evaluation of a Handheld Event Related Potential (ERP)/Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) System (COGNISION™) as a Useful Cognitive Biomarker for Alzheimer's Disease.
Official Title: Evaluation of a Handheld Event Related Potential (ERP)/Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) System (COGNISION™) as a Useful Cognitive Biomarker for Alzheimer's Disease.
The proposed study is designed to evaluate the performance of the COGNISION™ System as a
tool to assist physicians in diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease (AD) in real-world clinical
settings. The design of this study is guided by two overriding factors: 1) to optimize
the performance of the event related potentials (ERP) classifiers, the subjects making up
the training sets must be well characterized as to their clinical diagnosis, and 2) all ERP
tests must be performed and reproduced in real-world clinical settings.
Sponsor: Neuronetrix, Inc.
Marco Cecchi, PhD
||West Palm Beach
||Premiere Research Institute
Teresa Villena, MD
||University of Kentucky
Dorothy Ross, CCRP
Anne J Watson
||Boston Center for Memory
Sumati Raghavan, MD
Caroline A Hellegers, MA
||University of Pennsylvania
||The Memory Clinic
Diana Michalczuk, PsyD
Date Last Changed: December 26, 2012