Participate in a Study
Becoming involved is critical to research. Your investment of time can mean a world of difference.
Studies and clinical trials need more than those diagnosed with a particular disease or ailment. 'Normal controls,' those who are healthy and have not been diagnosed with the disease being studied, are also extremely important for any study or trial to proceed.
Studies and clinical trials are ongoing in many areas of aging and age related diseases. It requires an investment of your time and travel to Penn, but the reward is knowing that you made a direct contribution to advancing what researchers and clinicians know about a particular disease or disorder.
"Participating in Alzheimer's Research: For Yourself and Future Generations"
Learn more about participating in Alzheimer's research and related clinical trials with the National Institute on Aging's (NIA) Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center's e-booklet. This resource offers insight into the types of clinical research that is conducted, FAQ's, and more.
To learn about more ongoing studies which are open and recruiting participants: