Our team of experts work collaboratively and compassionately, focusing on the person as a whole and recognizing dementia affects more than just the patient.
It takes a team of family members, caregivers and health care professionals to deliver the best care. We provide the resources necessary to fulfill this promise.
Our renowned experts are studying the risks, treatments and outcomes with the mission to restore function, prevent the disease and ultimately provide a cure.
More ways to help us save memories
We are expanding our enrichment programs to better serve our patients and their caregivers. Volunteers are needed to help at events as we can continue to bring more programs to our community.
We are expanding the understanding of dementia by learning how biological and environmental factors influence health. You can help by signing up to provide biological samples, like blood, during your routine exams.
Clinical trial volunteer
Volunteers from all health backgrounds are needed to help us learn more about dementia. As a healthy clinical trial volunteer, your participation may include one or two clinical visits overtime or providing a one-time sample of blood.
When a person donates, they are helping find better ways to diagnose and treat millions of people living with dementia. Some of the most exciting advances and discoveries come from studying brain tissue, which is why we need your help.
“No matter how long it takes, no matter how much it costs, UT Health and I are in this fight until we win. This disease motivates us to expend our maximum energy at every moment, because there is so much at stake and there are so many depending on us.”
William Henrich, M.D., president of UT Health San Antonio