Research and Clinical Trials
Opportunities to participate in research at the Alzheimer's Disease Center
The UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center has a number of clinical research studies that explore cognitive and functional change, caregiving, and clinical trials of new therapeutic agents. Participation in research is not a requirement to be evaluated at the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center.
The Alzheimer’s Disease Center has a competitive pilot program and awards two pilot grants each year. This program enables both new and established investigators to generate pilot data that can be used to advance Alzheimer’s research and enhance their ability to be competitive for extramural grants.
The Alzheimer’s Disease Center is a resource for extensive clinical data and bio specimens for scientists who conduct research on Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Requests for information about our shared resources can be submitted through Dr. Lee-Way Jin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alzheimer's Disease Center research meetings
The Alzheimer’s Disease Center hosts two research meetings each month which provide a venue for those interested in obtaining feedback on research projects including works-in-progress. For those interested in attending or presenting at these meetings, contact Edward Elizarraras.
2016 Alzheimer’s Disease Center Research Meetings
Thursday, 9 - 11 a.m.
Meetings are held in the Ellison Ambulatory Care Center, Room 3015A
Jan 21 | Jan 28
Feb 18 | Feb 25
Mar 17 | Mar 24
Apr 14 | Apr 21 | Apr 18
May 12 | May 19 | May 26
Jun 16 | Jun 23 | Jun 30
Jul 14 | Jul 21 | Jul 28
Aug 11 | Aug 18 | Aug 25
Sept 15 | Sept 22 | Sept 29
Oct 13 | Oct 20 | Oct 27
Dec 15 | Dec 22