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Aging Clinical Trials

A listing of Aging 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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The purpose of this research study is to determine the effect of dietary supplements on muscle protein metabolism. There are 2 to 3 study visits. Two of the visits will be overnight stays in the research unit that will last approximately 24 hours. There will be a medical screening, body ...

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The purpose of this project is to develop a questionnaire of self-reported navigation abilities. There are no study visits to Washington University. Participation will take about 10 minutes. Participants will complete a survey online at home and will be entered to win a $50.00 gift card.

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Purpose of the study: This research seeks to understand how Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease may affect a person’s memory and thinking as they get older. The goals of this longitudinal project are: to follow neurological, learning and memory changes in adults with Down syndrome as they age; to examine ...

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The purpose of research is to look at how different parts of the human brain are connected and how those connections change as people age.  There are up to 4 study visits. Visits will take 3 to 6 hours each. There will be a 10 to 15 minute phone screen, ...

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Aging Frailty – Clinical Research Study

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  The purpose of the research is to understand the relationship between healthy aging and ability to control responses to emotional and non-emotional information. There is 1 study visit that will last up to 2.5 hours. Participants will complete computer tasks, assessments, and questionnaires about emotion regulation, and symptoms of ...

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B Cell Repertoires in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Aging

B-CLL is the most prevalent leukemia in the Western hemisphere, accounting for ~25% of all leukemia's (1). This disease occurs virtually exclusively in the aging population, with the median age of diagnosis ranging between the mid 60s and the early 70s. Indeed, its occurrence before the age of 50 is ...

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Technical Development of Multi-Parametric Renocerebral MRI

The purpose of the study is to investigate the associations of the age-related changes in the brain, kidneys and cognitive performance in healthy adults by utilizing multiple anatomic and functional MRI methods along with a battery of cognitive tests.

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Independent Walking for Brain Health

Physical activity interventions conducted in supervised settings (laboratories and group settings) with older adults have consistently shown improved cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health and improved cognitive function. What is lacking is the development of interventions that take place in real world environments and that take advantage of new technologies to help ...

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Effects of Specific Balance Training Prior TKR Surgery in the Early Postoperative Outcomes

Knee osteoarthritis is one of the most common pathologies in old people, and the leading cause of pain and disability. Symptoms include joint pain, stiffness, limited mobility, functional impairment and proprioceptive deficit. When conservative treatments fail to control these symptoms, a total knee replacement (TKR) is the chosen treatment, mainly ...

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