Many people develop problems with memory, mobility and strength in later stages of life. Although these problems are common, they are not necessarily normal.
By participating in the Memory and Aging Project, you join us in our efforts to better understand, treat and hopefully prevent these problems associated with abnormal aging.
All information is confidential, and participation does not interfere with your relationship with your own doctor. Study participants must agree to yearly testing and organ donation, since Alzheimer’s disease can be best documented by examining brain tissue under a microscope after death.
For more information contact project coordinator Traci Colvin at (312) 942-2227 or (800) 977-7874.