Alzheimer’s Disease in Primary Care study

The Alzheimer’s Disease in Primary Care (ADPC) study was designed to see if a simple blood test can be used to determine if subtle changes in memory and thinking are part of the normal aging process or indicate a need for extensive work up and diagnosis by a specialist.
Participants in the ADPC research study will undergo: memory testing, MRI and PET scan of the brain, blood draw, medical exam, and interview. You can choose to have a copy of your results sent to you and/or your health care provider.
• You must be 60 years or older and have memory concerns (per patient, family, health care provider)
• Participation is free and compensation will be provided for eligible participants who complete the study
For more information and to see if you are eligible contact us at: 817-735-2963.