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Find Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Clinical Trials

Search for clinical trials and studies related to Alzheimer's, other dementias, mild cognitive impairment, and caregiving.

Clinical Trials Search Results

Results found: 17

Aerobic Exercise and Cognitive Training for MCI (ACT Trial)

Purpose: To test the combined effects of aerobic exercise and cognitive training on cognition, fitness, and brain structure and function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment.

African Dance for African American Cognitive Health

Purpose: To test the effects of African dance on mild cognitive impairment in African Americans.

Brain Connections, Self-Care, and Blood Pressure in African Americans with Memory Problems

Purpose:To evaluate a dietary and mindfulness intervention to decrease blood pressure and improve brain function in black and African-American older adults with high blood pressure and early Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.

Exercise and Vascular Risk Reduction for Alzheimer's

Purpose: To test the effects of exercise and vascular risk reduction on cognitive performance in older adults at high risk for Alzheimer's.

Exercise Effects on Brain Health and Learning

Purpose: To understand and enhance the detection of exercise effects on hippocampal network function, learning and memory in older adults.

Exercise for Brain Health

Purpose: To compare the effects of moderate- and low-intensity exercise on brain function, cognition, and physical function in cognitively healthy, physically inactive older adults.

Exercise to Improve Cognitive Function in Veterans with MCI

Purpose: To assess the feasibility of a home-based exercise intervention to improve memory in veterans with mild cognitive impairment.

Independent Walking in Older Adults for Brain Health

Purpose: To test the use of mobile health devices in helping older adults independently walk to improve cognitive health.

Investigating Gains in Neurocognition in an Intervention Trial of Exercise (IGNITE)

Purpose: To examine whether a 12-month exercise intervention improves brain health in cognitively normal older adults.

Lifestyle Activities for Brain Health

Purpose: To evaluate the effect of exercise and healthy living education on brain health, cognition, and physical function in older adults with cognitive concerns.

Partnered Rhythmic Rehabilitation in People With Mild Cognitive Impairment

Purpose: To determine whether partnered rhythmic rehabilitation, which targets fitness, cognition, mobility, and social engagement, may prevent future functional problems in people with mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer's disease.

Physical Activity and Alzheimer's Disease (PAAD-2)

Purpose: To assess the effects of exercise on middle-aged cognitively normal adults who have a family history of Alzheimer's disease.

Precision Rehabilitation to Counteract Age-Related Cognitive Decline

Purpose: To examine how different types of training activities affect older adults' cognitive function, brain structure, biomarkers of brain health and cognition, and physical function.

Reducing Sedentary Behavior to Improve Cognition in Older Latinos

Purpose: To test whether a wearable device can decrease sedentary behavior, or inactivity, in older Latinos and whether increased activity improves cognitive function.

Tai Ji Quan and Cognitive Function in Mild Cognitive Impairment

Purpose: To determine the effects of a cognitively enhanced tai ji quan exercise intervention in improving cognitive function and dual-task ability in older adults with mild cognitive impairment.

U.S. Study to Protect Brain Health Through Lifestyle Intervention to Reduce Risk (U.S. POINTER)

Purpose: To test the effects of lifestyle changes on memory loss and thinking in older Americans who are at risk for memory loss.

Virtual Reality Exercise and Cognitive Training Program to Prevent Alzheimer's in At-Risk Older Adults

Purpose: To test the combined effects of visual cognitive training games and aerobic exercise to improve cognition in older adults with mild cognitive decline and who are at-risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.