Old Friends Club
ADORE: Alzheimers & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement Resources
The NIA repository of resources to support the recruitment and retention of participants into clinical trials and studies on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
Alzheimer's Association - Research
As the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research, the Association is committed to accelerating the global progress of new treatments, preventions and, ultimately, a cure.
Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
University of Washington
The UW Alzheimer's Disease Research Center is part of a nationwide network of Alzheimer’s disease research resource centers funded through the NIH's National Institute on Aging. The UW ADRC has been committed to helping advance Alzheimer’s research for over thirty years. We believe that through hard work, innovation, the generous support of our donors and volunteers, and a concentrated research effort, we can develop more effective approaches to treating and ultimately preventing Alzheimer’s and related conditions such as frontotemporal degeneration and Lewy Body dementia/Parkinson's disease dementia. We hope that you, both researchers and research participants, will join with us in answering the questions posed by this disease through innovative and productive research.
National Institute on Aging
The latest research news from the National Institute on Aging at NIH
Since 2013, the NIH NeuroBioBank has catalyzed scientific discovery through the centralization of resources aimed at the collection and distribution of human post-mortem brain tissue.
Overlooked tau-RNA interaction plays key role in dementia- UW
"A paper, published online, ahead of print in the journal Brain, identifies tau interactions with RNA, the nucleic acid that serves as the blueprint molecule for all our cellular machines, as a key stage in the development of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia disorders. The finding was reported by Kraemer and colleagues with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and UW Medicine in Seattle...."
Perspectives in FTD Research Webinar: Brain Donations- Who, what, where, when, and why?
Free technology support and other virtual classes, such as stretching and meditation