The Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art clinical services for individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and related disorders and to conducting research aimed at improving treatment options for Alzheimer's disease.

Free Continuing Education Seminar for Health Care Professionals

Come hear Brigid Reynolds, NP and other health care professionals speak on Tuesday May 5, 2015 at 9:00AM at "The Recipe for Successful Dementia Care: Environment, Medication and Behavior Modificaton" conference.  The Seminar will take place at Arden Courts of Kensington in Maryland. RSVP by calling 301-493-7881



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Research Studies

Here are our research studies that are currently recruiting patients.

Title Sponsor
Clinical Trial of Solanezumab for Older Individuals Who May be at Risk for Memory Loss (A4) ADCS/ Eli Lilly and Company

An Efficacy and Safety Trial of MK-8931 in Mild to Moderate Alzheimer's Disease (P07738 AM3) (EPOCH)


DOD-ADNI: A Study of Brain Aging in Vietnam War Veterans


Efficacy and Safety of T-817MA in Patients With Mild to Moderate Alzheimer's Disease (NOBLE)

ADCS/Toyama Chemical Co.

Efficacy and Safety Trial of MK-8931 in Participants With Prodromal Alzheimer's Disease (MK-8931-019) (APECS)


A Phase IIa Multi-Center Study of 18F-FDG PET, Safety, and Tolerability of AZD0530 in Mild Alzheimer's Disease

ADCS and Yale University

Check out our Research section for more information on how to participate in our clinical trials.

Make a Donation

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