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The Role of Gut Flora in Alzheimer's Disease

Recruiting

This study seeks to correlate data about participants' gut microbiome (the community of viruses, bacteria and other microbes in the digestive system) with information about their Alzheimer's disease status.

Minimum Age Maximum Age Gender Healthy Volunteers
18 Years N/A All No
March 2, 2020
July 2023
100

  • Diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or dementia by a physician
  • Mini-Mental State Exam score of less than 26

  • Treatment with antibiotics within two weeks prior to screening
  • Treatment with probiotics within two weeks prior to screening
  • History of bariatric surgery, total colectomy with ileorectal anastomosis or proctocolectomy
  • Postoperative stoma, ostomy or ileoanal pouch
  • Participation in any experimental drug protocol within the past 12 weeks
  • Treatment with total parenteral nutrition
  • Any clinically significant evidence of disease that could interfere with the participant's ability to enter the trial
  • Inability to adequately communicate with the investigator or comply with the requirements of the entire study

The goal of this study is to better understand how the genetic information in participants' microbiome correlates to the information provided in surveys and in medical records regarding Alzheimer's disease.

Name City State Zip Status Primary Contact
ProgenaBiome
Ventura California 93003 Recruiting Sabine Hazan, MD
805-339-0549
sabinehazan@aim.com

ProgenaBiome

Name Role Affiliation
Sabine Hazan, MS Principal Investigator ProgenaBiome

Name Phone Email
Sabine Hazan, MD 805-339-0549 sabinehazan@aim.com
Jordan Daniels, MS 805-339-0549 msjordandaniels@gmail.com

NCT04100889

A Non-Interventional Pilot Study to Explore the Role of Gut Flora in Alzheimer's Disease