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Memory Loss Clinical Trials

A listing of Memory Loss medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (65) clinical trials

FallsTalk Falls Prevention Program for Caregivers and Persons With Memory Loss or Dementia

This is a single-site preliminary trial enrolling dyads in Western Washington state only.

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Physical Exercise for Prevention of Dementia

Community-dwelling volunteers, recruited from social centers, were invited to an in-person assessment that included a medical history questionnaire and examination, anthropometric measurements, blood tests for cardiovascular risk, and several outcome measures. Participants meeting the inclusion criteria were divided in 3 groups (participants without subjective or objective cognitive impairment, with subjective ...

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Efficacy of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Improvement of Memory in Older Adults With TBI

Recent advances in both AD and TBI test non-pharmaceutical interventions that target chronic symptom improvement (e.g., non- invasive brain stimulation, exercise and cognitive training). In order to provide targeted therapies to patients who suffer from chronic sequela of TBI it is necessary to understand mechanisms of repair within the context ...

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Testing Ramipril to Prevent Memory Loss in People With Glioblastoma

This is a pilot study of an oral drug Ramipril to prevent cognitive decline in glioblastoma patients receiving partial brain radiation and concurrent and adjuvant temozolomide . Ramipril will be titrated to the highest tolerable dose during chemoradiation (2.5-5 mg). Once this dose is determined, the patient will continue at ...


The Healthy Patterns Study

Over 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia, a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative condition, affecting close to 15 million family caregivers (CG). Circadian rhythm disorders (CRDs) occur in the majority of persons with dementia and include late afternoon/evening agitation (e.g. sundowning) and irregular sleep-wake rhythms such as ...


Treatment of Memory Disorders in Gulf War Illness With High Definition Transcranial Direct Cortical Stimulation

The objective of this proposal is to identify patients with GWI who have a verbal retrieval deficit and determine if delivery of HD tDCS over the PreSupplementary Motor Area of the brain (preSMA) will improve performance in verbal retrieval-related tasks. Key cognitive symptom described by patients with GWI extends from ...

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Study of Tolerability Safety and Efficacy of Sensory Stimulation at Multiple Dose Levels to Improve Brain Function (Etude Study)

Subjects will be enrolled in two Cohorts (N=10 each, enrolled sequentially), and each will assess two different dose levels (randomly assigned). Based on initial outcomes in Cohort 1 at Interim Analysis, the doses for Cohort 2 will be escalated or decreased. Subjects will participate in 1 year (48 weeks) of ...

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Translation and Clinical Implementation of a Test of Language and Short-term Memory in Aphasia.

Over five years, we will develop a clinically feasible test that can be used to assess in-depth the language and verbal short-term memory abilities of individuals with aphasia (Called the TALSA - Temple Assessment of Language and Short-term memory in Aphasia. Based on a test that we have developed and ...

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Exercise and Learning and Memory in Multiple Sclerosis

The proposed study involves a single-blind, Phase I randomized controlled trial (RCT) on the effects of supervised treadmill walking exercise training on learning and memory, hippocampal structure/function, and cardiorespiratory fitness outcomes in fully-ambulatory (i.e., EDSS 4.0) persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) who have impairment in learning new information. This study ...

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Neurobiological Mechanisms of Aging and Stress on Prospective Navigation

Two hallmarks of both healthy aging and age-related disease are 1) memory and navigational deficits, particularly in orienting towards goal locations and planning how to navigate to them, and 2) increased susceptibility to stress and altered regulation of the stress response. However, there are marked individual differences in these age-related ...

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