Interested in joining a clinical trial for Alzheimer disease?

Clinical research has led to the discovery of every disease treatment prescribed today. By being part of a clinical trial, you may help others, including future generations, get better treatments.

Who can volunteer for a clinical trial?

All types of volunteers are needed depending upon the trial:

  • Individuals with dementia or memory problems
  • Caregivers
  • At-risk individuals
  • Healthy volunteers

Why does it matter?

1 Hebert LE, Weuve J, Scherr PA, Evans DA. Alzheimer disease in the United States (2010-2050) estimated using the 2010 census. Neurology. 2013;80 (19):1778-1783.

When you choose to participate in research, you become a partner in scientific discovery. Your contribution can help future generations lead healthier lives. Major medical breakthroughs could not happen without the generosity of clinical trial participants—young and old.

You can make a difference by participating in research.

Where can I find a clinical trial for Alzheimer disease?

Visit the Knight ADRC Clinical Trials Unit website to learn about active, Alzheimer clinical trials being conducted at Washington University in St. Louis. You can also visit their Facebook page.

You can also use Clinical Trials Finder to search for available trials in your area.