Updated 28 November 2008
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- Alzheimer's Disease Center
University of California, Davis
- Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative
The ADCS is a consortium of academic Alzheimer's disease medical centers established
by the National Institute on Aging. This web site includes information on research
studies and clinical trials currently going on within the consortium.
- Alzheimer's Disease Education
and Referral Center, National Institute of Aging
A service of the National Institute on Aging, providing news on research, information
and referrals for families of Alzheimer patients.
The Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease Center, Northwestern University
The center provides information for patients, caregivers and investigators. Healthcare
providers can have questions answered on-line by the Alzheimer's Disease Core Center.
- The Dementia Web at The
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and The Institute of Neurology
- The Institute for Brain Aging and
Dementia, University of California
- Iowa Geriatric
Education Center, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
A well-organized and authoritative site with information for primary care physicians
and the public on how to recognize symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, guidelines for
management of patients with AD, pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment options.
- The Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's
Disease Research Center (ADRC)
The Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) is a multi-disciplinary
group dedicated to studying the biological basis of Alzheimer Disease, which will
eventually lead to advances in treatment and improved prognosis. The website provides
information about the disease, clinical studies and trials, treatment programs,
and other valuable information.
- National Cell Repository for Alzheimer
This national effort seeks to recruit 1,000 families with two or more living brothers
or sisters who have been diagnosed with late onset Alzheimer’s disease. Through
the participation of these families, scientific researchers will be able to obtain
the critical information they need to help them identify the genes that increase
the risk for late onset Alzheimer’s disease.
- Partners Program in Alzheimer's
and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
Website of the Partners HealthCare Systems, which includes two leading centers for
Alzheimer disease research and patient care: Massachusetts General Hospital and
Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
- Rush Alzheimer's
Disease Center, Chicago
One of the 27 AD centers funded by the NIA and one of 3 centers sponsored by the
State of Illinois.
- Rutgers Memory Disorders Project
Focus is on memory disorders and amenesia, rather than just Alzheimer's disease.
Includes excellent information on how memory works, what a memory disorder is, possible
therapies, etc., as well as information for persons interested in enrolling in studies
at the center.
- San Francisco Alzheimer's
and Dementia Clinic
Clinical institution devoted to the investigation, diagnosis, treatment and management
of Alzheimer's Disease.
- Unidad de Afecciones Neurodegenerativas
Clinica de Memoria
Hosp Universitario "Faustino Perez"
Carr. Central km. 101
tel: 247016; 294752
e-mail: Dr. Adolfo J. Valhuerdi: firstname.lastname@example.org
of Maryland Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery
This program focuses on Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias. The staff consist
of neurologists, psychiatrists and nurses with experience and expertise in these
- Washington University
- Alzheimer's Disease Research Center