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Clinical Trials

Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trials

The Memory Disorders Programs at Johns Hopkins conduct many clinical trials related to Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.  These are conducted under the auspices of the Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, working with the Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center.  Some of the trials are aimed at slowing the progression of cognitive decline, and some are aimed at treating the behavioral symptoms associated with the disease.  These trials vary in their duration and in the criteria for enrollment.

To learn more about the trials that are currently enrolling subjects, please call Wendy Golden at 410-550-9022.

Frontotemporal Dementia Clinical Trials

The Young Onset Dementia Clinic conducts clinical trials in patients with Frontotemporal Dementia and related disorders. These trials are aimed at slowing progression and reducing the behavioral symptoms associated with these diseases.

To learn more about the trials currently enrolling patients, please call Sarah Woody at 410-550-9020.


Hopkins clinicians recommend the Alzheimer's Association web resource known as Carefinder, It outlines how to plan ahead for patients with memory problems, and identifies care options, support services, and guidelines for how to coordinate care for persons with memory disorders. This interactive web-based tool permits you to identify resources that fit your needs.

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