A Novel Multimodality MRI Biomarker of Asymptomatic Alzheimer's Disease

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    Recruiting
Updated on 30 November 2022
Accepts healthy volunteers

Summary

We're investigate changes in the brain due to Alzheimer’s Disease using an MRI scanner. Our study is non-invasive and we don't give participants any medications. We just want to look at pictures of the brain using the MRI scanner and then do some behavioral testing.

Description

The purpose of this study is to examine changes in brain function due to Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) progression. Our goal is to develop a non- invasive biomarker for AD that can accurately assess disease severity, evaluate therapeutic effects, and potentially predict future disease progression. If you choose to participate, you will receive up to $80 in total payment if you finish the study within one visit, receive a complimentary lunch, parking expenses will be covered, and have the option to collect an MRI scan of your brain.
Have at least 8 years of education, is between the age of 55-80, no history of stroke or other neurological disorders, and is able to get an MRI.

Details
Condition Alzheimer’s Disease, Healthy Volunteer
Clinical Study IdentifierTX283740
Last Modified on30 November 2022

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