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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 (108) clinical trials

The China Longitudinal Aging Study of Cognitive Impairment

The neuropsychological test battery are used to access the cognitive function of subjects in the study. The brain MRI and biochemical examination will be done in the screening period. The samples such as plasma, serum, urine and faeces et al. of the subjects will be collected in the study.

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The "Motoric Cognitive Risk" Syndrome in the Canadian Population

Cognition and locomotion are two human abilities controlled by the brain. Their decline is highly prevalent with aging, and is greater than the simple sum of their respective prevalence, suggesting a complex age-related interplay between cognition and locomotion. Recently, a systematic review and meta-analysis has provided evidence that poor gait ...

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Longitudinal Validation of a Computerized Cognitive Battery (Cognigram) in the Diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease

Rationale Today's aging population brings an increase in the incidence of dementia. In Canada, there are approximately 564,000 persons diagnosed with dementia, with an expected two-fold increase in this number by the year 2031. In this context, the early detection and prediction of cognitive decline are both imperative for achieving ...

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National Bank Alzheimer

The Alzheimer's disease (MY) is a major problem of public health. The French National Database Alzheimer ( BNA) registers(records) all the medical acts made by units of memory(report) and of independent specialists in France. In 2008, the national Plan Alzheimer 2008 - 2012 had for objective to strengthen the search(research) ...

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New CSF Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease

Today, the Alzheimer's disease (AD) diagnosis is founded not only on clinical criteria but also on complementary examinations to confirm a physiopathological process of AD. In complex cases, lumbar punction could be necessary in order to measure A peptides and Total and phosphorylated Tau but new biomarkers could be useful. ...

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Defining the Genetic Etiology of Alzheimer's Disease in the Faroe Islands

The aim of the study is to unravel genetic and environmental factors that influence the risk and/or susceptibility of AD. Thus, subjects with AD and family members when there is a strong history of AD are being recruited. Data collection includes a blood sample, clinical phenotype data from hospital records, ...

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The "Motoric Cognitive Risk" Syndrome in the Quebec Population

The overall objective of the proposal is to examine the epidemiology of the newly reported "motoric cognitive risk" (MCR) syndrome, which is a pre-dementia syndrome combining subjective cognitive complaint (i.e.; memory complaint) with objective slow gait speed, in the Quebec elderly population. Cognition and locomotion are two human abilities controlled ...

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Alzheimer Prevention Trials Webstudy

The APT Webstudy will use web-based cognitive testing and questionnaires to generate a risk score which will be used to identify individuals who may be at an increased risk for developing AD dementia. Individuals who join the APT Webstudy will register at https://www.aptwebstudy.org/, sign an electronic informed consent form (ICF), ...

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Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease Genomic Study

About 50 people will be asked to take part in this study at this location. This will include participants with early-onset AD and their parents and siblings. Participants will be asked to: Sign this consent form or have a Legally Authorized Representative sign and provide the participant' health history. The ...

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Role of Hypoxia Ans Sleep Fragmentation in Alzheimer's Disease. and Sleep Fragmentation.

As AD and OSA have a bidirectional relationship, OSA causes cerebral hypoxia and sleep fragmentation favouring the deposition of AB and AD causes alterations in sleep quality, investigators will develop a comprehensive project with human patients and an animal model of AD with sleep fragmentation (SF) and intermittent hypoxia (IH). ...

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