Interested in Clinical Trial Research?

Clinical Trial Research for Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Age-Related Dementia

A clinical trial is a research study in which qualifying volunteers participate in a protocol where experimental treatments are tested. All clinical trials are conducted by a qualified team of professionals. Experimental treatments and protocols are designed by scientists who may work at a university or a pharmaceutical biotech company. These entities contract with qualified professionals and sites to conduct clinical trials. Each trial has specific criteria for participation, as well as assessments, timeline for participation, and drug administration. For more information on clinical trials we are conducting at the CRCNJ, please click here.

Why Participate?

When there is no known cure for an illness, or when approved treatments have been tried with little or no results, patients may want to consider participation in a clinical trial to gain access to experimental treatments. Clinical trials give participants the ability to play a more active role in their own health care, and access to routine monitoring and evaluation by a team of specialists. Participation in the clinical trial is at no cost to subjects, and can help others by contributing to medical research.

Actively Enrolling

Actively Enrolling Clinical Trials for Memory Loss, MCI – Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia at the CRCNJ.

Not sure if you’re eligible?

To find out if you’re eligible, contact us at 973 850 4622 or click on the eligibility link to complete the online form, and we will contact you.


Have some questions? Please read our FAQs, and if your question is not answered, please contact us.