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Brain Health Registry

Recruiting

The Brain Health Registry is an online registry for people interested in research on new treatments for Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other conditions that affect brain function. Participants will answer questions about their health, lifestyle, and medical history and take online brain tests. Every three to six months, participants will be invited to repeat the questionnaires and brain tests so researchers can gather information about changes in brain function over time. For most people, participation will take less than three hours per year. Participants may also give researchers permission to access medical records and may provide a saliva sample for genetic screening and a blood sample to better understand general health, but this is optional. They will also learn about future clinical trials that test diagnostic tools or potential treatments for brain disorders and be given an opportunity to participate.

Minimum Age Maximum Age Gender Healthy Volunteers
18 Years N/A Both Yes
October 2014
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University of California, San Francisco

Name Role Affiliation
Michael W. Weiner, MD Principal Investigator University of California, San Francisco
Scott Mackin, PhD Principal Investigator University of California, San Francisco
Rachel L. Nosheny, PhD Principal Investigator University of California, San Francisco

Name Phone Email
Brain Health Registry info@brainhealthregistry.org

NCT02402426