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Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (W-ADRC)
The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (W-ADRC) of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and the Geriatric Research, Education and Clinic Center (GRECC) of the Madison VA Medical Center, works on identifying new treatment strategies for Alzheimer’s disease, investigates the processes which occur in the brain compared to normal aging, and looks for effective prevention strategies.
Multiple research studies are being conducted that examine potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and other types of memory problems as well as how to prevent memory decline and dementia. If you or someone you know might be interested in participating, call 608.263.2582 or contact them by email.
W-ADRC research study highlights:
The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute (WAI) is an academic center within the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. WAI promotes education, training, program development and research directed at improving our understanding of how to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
WAI is currently recruiting for the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention (WRAP), which will consist of 700 adult children of persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and 150 people whose parents did not have Alzheimer’s disease. WRAP will support genetic, epidemiological and clinical studies designed to identify those factors which may delay or prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. To find out more about the program or eligibility requirements, contact the WAI at 800.417.4169 or 608.263.2862 , or send them an email.
These comprehensive, printable service guides were developed to inform you of available resources in your community. You can access the resource guide for your county by clicking on the links below.
The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance strives to keep this information current. However, there may be additional services or changes that we have missed. If you have any additions or corrections, please email.
The guides are in PDF format. If you have problems with this format and would like us to mail you a copy of the guide or if you have additional questions on any of these or other services in your community, please email or call (608) 232-3400 or toll-free (888) 308-6251.