• CEREBROVASCULAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO BRAIN AGING AND DEMENTIA 2
AGING AND MILD COGNITIVE (MEMORY) IMPAIRMENT
RESEARCH STUDY AT MGH:

Have you, or a spouse, or loved one been diagnosed with
cognitive or memory impairment? If so, you may be interested in an
observational research study currently underway at the Massachusetts General
Hospital.

Healthy adults and individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) ages 60-80 are wanted for a research study examining characteristics of normal aging and changes in the brain associated with aging and cognitive impairment.

This study takes place at the Massachusetts General Hospital Martinos Center
for Biomedical Imaging in the Charlestown Navy Yard. The study requires up to four visits across a 1 to 2 year period. Visits are comprised of a clinical evaluation, a blood draw, a neuropsychological examination, and multiple brain imaging sessions. Participants will be paid up to $470 for participation in the entire study. For more information, please call MGH Brain Study at 617-643-7721 or email brainstudy@mgh.harvard.edu.
Institution  –  MGH - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Principal Investigator  – David H Salat, PhD
  
Enrollment Information
For further information about enrolling a patient in this trial, contact the person below.
Name  – Alison Goldblatt, CRC
Phone  – 617-643-7721