Progress in Alzheimer's and dementia research depends on clinical studies and eligible participants are needed to move this vital research forward.
- 60 to 79 years of age
- Not a regular exerciser (generally less than three times per week)
- No current memory or thinking problems
- First degree family history of significant memory problems (mother, father, sibling)
- Live within an area where the study is being conducted
- Additional criteria evaluated at screening
Not eligible for this study? Learn about other Clinical Trials.
U.S. POINTER add-on studies look deeper into the science of the main study. The neuroimaging ancillary study is the first large-scale investigation of how lifestyle interventions affect biological changes in the brain associated with Alzheimer's and dementia. The sleep ancillary study will examine whether changes in sleep predict changes in overall cognitive function or in specific areas, such as memory.
Contributing to progress in Alzheimer’s research is a highly valuable contribution to a better future for all. If you are not a potential fit for U.S. POINTER or do not live near a U.S. POINTER study site, there are many other important clinical trials underway that need participants.
Learn about studies that are currently recruiting participants by visiting alz.org/TrialMatch and completing a TrialMatch profile online or call 1.800.272.3900 (press 1 for clinical trials). Completing a TrialMatch profile does not commit you to participating in a study.
Whether you are a researcher or potential participant, use this contact information to receive answers to your questions regarding U.S. POINTER.