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RUSH Alzheimer’s Disease Center

NIH National Institute of Aging Designated Alzheimer's Disease Research Center

The RUSH Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC) is one of 33 Alzheimer’s centers in the U.S. designated and funded by the National Institute on Aging.


Aducanumab (Aduhelm)

If you are a patient at the RUSH Memory Clinic and have a question about Aducanumab (Aduhelm) for Alzheimer’s disease, please call our clinical team at (312) 942-3333. We will call you back in the next few business days.

If you are not a patient of the RUSH Memory Clinic, please first discuss your question with your treating physician, who can refer you to our clinic if needed.

En español:

Si usted es un paciente en la Clínica de Memoria de RUSH y tiene una pregunta sobre Aducanumab (Aduhelm) para la enfermedad de Alzheimer, llame a nuestro equipo clínico a (312) 942-3333. Le devolveremos la llamada en los próximos días laborales.

Si usted no es paciente de la Clínica de Memoria de RUSH, consulte a su médico tratante con su pregunta primero. El/ella puede remitirlo a nuestra clínica si es necesario.

Learn more about the RUSH Alzheimer’s Disease Center

Investigators at the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center focus on four main areas of research, including risk factors, neurological basis of the disease and improving diagnosis and treatment.

As an Alzheimer’s center, we are committed to sharing the latest in Alzheimer’s, research and care. Meet the faculty and staff who push our work forward each day.

The Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center offers countless educational presentations, training workshops and conferences for health care professionals who work in Chicago, across the suburbs and beyond.

The RADC Research Resource Sharing Hub was specifically designed to help non-RADC investigators navigate the complex data and biospecimens available for sharing to support their own projects.

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