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Research Participation

Research is the foundation for the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. For decades, the center has supported the Indiana University School of Medicine in its efforts to discover new and effective treatments for Alzheimer's disease. With millions of dollars in NIH funding, dozens of faculty experts, countless research projects and clinical trials taking place, the center is a national leader in dementia-related research. 

Get Involved

The Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center relies on the involvement of participants to further its advancement of research in Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. To potentially get involved, interested participants must submit a referral form.

Clinician Referral

Participant Referral

33 years of research
515 current research participants
73 faculty leading center research 

Visit the IADRC

Learn what to expect during a visit to the center as a participate in a research study. 

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Hoosier Brain Health Registry

To address these major public health problems, the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center seeks the help of Hoosiers to understand why some people develop memory or thinking concerns.

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Brain and Tissue Donation Program

Brain tissue research is vital to the discovery of Alzheimer's disease treatments and pursuit of preventative care. Learn facts about the center's Brain and Tissue Donation Program, including its relevance to dementia-related research.

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Current Studies

Learn about current studies and research taking place at the center and with its clinical research partners throughout the country.

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