Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center arrived at My Health Fair

Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC) Table is the latest addition to our virtual health fair.

We’re thrilled to have them with us, so we welcome them!

As a center, MADRC has been at the forefront of dementia research, treatment and care since 1984.

The mission of the Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center: Moving Toward a Dementia-Free Future

The Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center is dedicated to advancing dementia research and finding effective treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

With a team of experts from Mass General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, they collaborate closely to lead cutting-edge research and provide education and resources to both professionals and the community, identifying, attacking, preventing and combating these devastating brain diseases.

Massachusetts Alzheimer's Disease Research Center

Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Research Center: Connecting the Community

MADRC strives to ensure that every member of the community has access to valuable information about research and resources related to these brain diseases.

The center relies on diverse volunteers in its research studies, spanning differences in race, gender, ethnicity, age and identity, identifying that this diversity is essential to ensure that the treatments developed are effective for all.

How to Get Involved

Whether you are cognitively healthy, have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or related dementia, or are concerned about your memory, MADRC has research opportunities for you.

Visit the table to learn about ongoing research studies.

Explore the MADRC Table for Free Resources

We invite you to discover a wealth of free resources and valuable information related to cutting-edge dementia research.

From educational materials to support options selected by a team of experts at Mass General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, we’ll share cognitive health resources, whether you’re coping with a diagnosis or simply curious about memory and cognition.

Join us in our commitment to promote research and provide accessible resources for all – visit the MADRC table and empower yourself with knowledge!

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