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A major component of the Bryan ADRC is our ongoing support of research efforts targeting Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. As part of that longstanding commitment, we have established the Bryan ADRC Alzheimers Disease Prevention Registry (ADPR). The registry is for interested individuals who do NOT have Alzheimer's disease and are willing to be contacted about Bryan ADRC research opportunities that promote or characterize healthy aging and dementia prevention.

These prevention-related research opportunities will be aimed at healthy individuals (55+ years old), and will share the common goal of attempting to halt Alzheimer's disease before it develops. Research efforts may include, but are not limited to, studies examining the effect of dementia prevention medication; optimal cognitive performance and brain functioning; or other health approaches, such as exercise and diet change, that do not rely upon drugs.

Please note that by enrolling in the registry you are NOT signing up for any study at this time. You are simply indicating a desire to hear about future studies so that you can make a decision about possibly participating. There are no costs of any kind related to being a registry member and you are free at any time to change your mind and have your name removed from the ADPR mailing list. 

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Bryan ADRC Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Registry, please click here.