The Preventive Intervention Center at the University of Iowa is conducting a study to find out if a new test can predict who may develop cognitive problems due to Alzheimer’s disease based on their genes. This research will also test an investigational medication to see if it can delay the symptoms of cognitive disorders.

Adults aged 65-83 may qualify to participate in this study. Eligible participants receive at no cost: memory and thinking evaluations, laboratory evaluations, electrocardiograms, and study medication.
You may receive compensation for time and travel. The study will last about 5 years and include 5 clinic visits the first year, then 2 visits a year until the end of the study. To learn more, e-mail us at cph- cognitivehealth@uiowa.edu or call 319/353-8233 or 1-800/887-6917.