Clinical Studies

Alzheimer’s and Memory Loss Clinical Studies

Have you been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? Do you want to partner in the kind of research that can give your grandchildren greater access to more effective treatment options? Maybe you’d like to be a part of finding a cure?

We’re partnering with patients like you on groundbreaking research to help doctors and caregivers treat and care for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease today, as well as those who come after us.

We’d love to partner with you.

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Types of Studies

What studies are available?

Below you’ll find the clinical trials that we’re currently enrolling patients in or will be soon.

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“AHEAD” Alzheimer’s Prevention
If you're worried that your memory might start fading, then joining an Alzheimer's prevention study might be a great option for you. It might just help future generations too. This study examines whether a new drug may help to slow or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease in those with elevated risk of developing the disease.
“LMI” Tau Detection Study
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness and safety of a new injection—given in conjunction with a PET scan—to help detect tau protein in the brain. Early detection could help with the diagnostic process, as well as the treatment of, Alzheimer's disease.
Amyloid Plaque “AbbVie” Alzheimer’s Study
Amyloid plaques in the brain may be the main cause of Alzheimer's disease. This study is to determine if a new drug can reduce amyloid plaques and slow disease progression.
AriBio Early Alzheimer’s Trial
The purpose of this study is to find out if the study drug, called AR1001, can help people with Alzheimer’s Disease. Some research has shown that people with Alzheimer’s Disease have damage to the blood vessels in their brain. It is thought that AR1001 may help the blood vessels in your brain work better.
GAP “Apheleia” Alzheimer’s Identification Study
This short study aims to identify and characterize participants with reported cognitive impairment using demographic information, clinical history, brief cognitive assessments, and a blood test to distinguish appropriate participants for referral to a therapeutic Alzheimer's clinical trial.
Sensory Stimulation Alzheimer’s “Cognito” Study
The main purpose of this study is to see whether daily use of a device called the "Sensory Stimulation System" can help people with Alzheimer's-related memory problems. The device provides sensory stimulation via glasses worn on the face and headphones worn over the ears.
“AACM” Alzheimer’s Prevention
If you're worried that your memory might start fading, then joining an Alzheimer's prevention study might be a great option for you. This study examines whether a new drug may help to slow or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease in those with elevated risk of developing the disease.
“Avanir” Alzheimer’s Agitation Trial
This study evaluates a new medication to treat agitation in people with Alzheimer's disease. It is hoped this potential treatment could reduce caregiver burden and improve overall disease prognosis.
“CELIA” Alzheimer’s Trial
This study tests a new investigational medication for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.  The drug is hoped to work by targeting and preventing the accumulation of tau tangles.
“Merck” Early Alzheimer’s Disease Trial
In this trial, an investigational drug is used to target tau proteins to reduce or stop their spread and slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

Commitment to Your Care

Who will I be working with?

Participating in a clinical trial can feel intimidating at first. Put your mind at ease by getting to know some of our caring experts who’ll be working with you every step of the way.

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Jeffrey Norton, MD
Medical Director, The Villages
Leading our research center in The Villages, Florida, Dr. Jeffrey Norton has more than 20 years of experience in anesthesiology and pain management and has served...
Edgardo Rivera, MD, FACEP
Medical Director, Winter Park
Leading our research center in Winter Park, Florida, Dr. Edgardo Rivera has served as Principal Investigator or Sub-Investigator on more than 40 clinical trials across...
Diana Balsalobre, MD
Principal Investigator
Dr. Diana Balsalobre is a Board-Certified Neurologist with over 22 years of clinical experience.  She completed her Internship and Neurology Residency in Jackson Memorial Hospital...
Stephen Miller, MD
Principal Investigator
Dr. Stephen Miller has over 15 years of diverse clinical and healthcare policy experience and has served as an investigator on more than 20 clinical...
Mary Quarterman, MD
Principal Investigator
Dr. Mary Quarterman is an established and highly skilled physician with over 13 years of experience.  Dr. Quarterman received her medical degree from Florida State...
Ramon Rodriguez, MD
Principal Investigator
Dr. Ramon Rodriguez is a board certified Neurologist and highly experienced Principal Investigator. Dr. Rodriguez received his medical degree (M.D.) from the University of Puerto...

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