The University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
The University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC) is one of the nation’s leading research centers specializing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Through outpatient evaluations, participants and their families receive state-of-the-art diagnostic assessments and contribute to the scientific study of Alzheimer’s disease.
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We are currently recruiting participants for :
Medication Study for the Treatment of Agitation in Moderate to Severe Alzheimer's Disease
The purpose of this study is to determine whether an investigational medication (ELND005) is effective for reducing behaviors in people with moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease who have agitation/aggression.
For more information please contact:
- Diagnosis of moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease with behavior problems/agitation.
- A study partner who will accompany the participant to all clinic visits.
Carolyn Rickard at 412-692-2727 firstname.lastname@example.org
MaryAnn Oakley at 412-692-2721 email@example.com
The University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) is looking for volunteers with or without mild memory loss to participate in our research.
You may qualify if:
Please call the ADRC at 412-692-2700 for more information or to inquire about how you can volunteer for research to help fight Alzheimer’s disease or complete a memory evaluation application and return it to us.
- You are 65 years or older with no memory complaints or,
- You have a memory complaint and think you might have mild memory loss,
- You have a “study partner" who can accompany you to clinic visits. A study partner is a family member or close friend who knows you well and can answer questions about your memory and functioning.
Other studies we are recruiting for »