Researchers at Standford/VA Palo Alto are looking for volunteers who have Alzheimer's disease for two research studies: medication trials to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, and a new telephone system for assessing memory change. Volunteers should be 65 years or older and have not suffered a stroke. Participants and their study partners will be compensated $250 each. For the medication trials, call Alena at (650) 849-0399; for the telephone system study, call Shannon (650) 849-0222.
Do you have a relative or friend with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease? The Institute on Aging Research Center in San Francisco is looking for individuals to participate in a research study of an investigational medication for Alzheimer’s disease. Qualified research participants will receive memory tests, routine lab/EKGs and study medication at no charge. For more information call (415) 386-3100.
Stanford University is conducting research on a new interactive phone system for assessing memory change. They are looking for volunteers who have memory loss, age 65+, speak English, have a study partner, can use a telephone, and are willing to participate over a six-month period. There is a compensation of $250 each for the participant and study partner. Contact Shannon Hsu at (650) 849-0222.
Photozig seeks individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and caregivers to participate in a free study
, funded by the National Institute on Aging, to relax and entertain them through Reminiscence therapy with pictures and music. Qualified participants will receive the new therapy and monetary compensation. Please contact Cheryl Olinsky at 650-694-7496 x2 or [email protected]
For information and fees for listing your research study in Update and on the FCA website, contact Bonnie Lawrence at (415) 434-3388 or [email protected].
We encourage you to discuss participation in clinical trials and research studies with your personal physician. Endorsement of the studies by Family Caregiver Alliance is neither expressed nor implied.
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