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Advanced dementia treatment with clinical trials

Clinical trials are research studies used to support our mission of finding new and better ways to treat and prevent dementia. With the help of clinical trial volunteers, we can learn more about dementia and provide advanced treatments to current and future patients.

Available clinical trials

Alzheimer’s disease (diagnosed) clinical trials
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COVID-19 survey
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Healthy brain aging (no diagnosis of dementia) clinical trials
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Heart health or diagnosis of diastolic dysfunction clinical trials
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Memory loss concerns (no diagnosis of dementia) clinical trials
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Mild cognitive impairment (diagnosed) clinical trials
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Parkinson’s disease (diagnosed) clinical trials
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All available clinical trials
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Partnerships

The Biggs Institute is an official partner of the Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study and the University of Southern California Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute.

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COVID-19 Notice

Clinical trial research is an essential piece of our mission of being a compassionate and comprehensive network of clinical care for patients and their families. Out of consideration for the health and safety of our patients, clinical team and our community related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), in-person appointments for clinical research will be scheduled at a later date.

Survey on the Impact of COVID-19 on Latinos

We are collaborating with the Multicultural Alzheimer’s Prevention Program (MAPP) at Massachusetts General Hospital to learn more about the general impact of COVID-19 on the well-being, cognition and behavior of Latinos.

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Advance discovery through donation

When a person chooses brain donation, they are choosing to help find better ways to diagnose and treat the 50 million people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Some of the most exciting advances and discoveries come from studying brain tissue, which is why we need your help.