The APT Webstudy monitors volunteers who are 50 and older for changes in their memory through a series of quarterly, no-cost memory tests. It takes place online, without any in-person visits required. APT Webstudy researchers use the results to track volunteers’ memory and, based on potential risk level, invite select volunteers to participate in other Alzheimer’s research studies.

The APT Webstudy is funded by the National Institutes of Health and led by internationally renowned researchers from the Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute of the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and the Cleveland Clinic.

The Webstudy is required by law to maintain the privacy and security of participants’ protected health information, and the data privacy of participants is paramount.

Am I eligible?

APT Webstudy participants must be at least 50 years old, healthy and have access to the internet.

People of all races and ethnicities are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the APT Webstudy.

The APT Webstudy is available in both English and Spanish.

As a participant in the Webstudy, you’ll receive:

  • Access to secure, web-based tools to assess your brain’s cognitive function over time;
  • A personalized dashboard with insights into your own memory based on test results;
  • The potential opportunity to participate in comprehensive memory evaluations at one of our nationwide clinical sites; and
  • The potential opportunity to participate in clinical trials to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

How do I participate?

Participation is easy because it’s all online. The APT Webstudy does not require any in-person assessments, blood draws, or medications.

Create an account.

You will first be asked to provide consent and then prompted to provide basic demographic information. All information is kept confidential and anonymous.

Take your 20-minute memory tests.

The tests take on average 20 minutes to complete, and can be taken anywhere you have access to the internet.

See your results.

You’ll receive your scores on a personalized dashboard, including an explanation on what each score means. You have the option to download your results and share with your doctor.

Take the tests every three months.

You will receive an email reminder prompting you to log in and take the memory tests every three months.

Potentially be matched with other research studies.

Depending upon your results, the researchers may contact you about other Alzheimer’s disease research studies in your local area.

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