African-Americans Facing Alzheimer's in Midlife

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What is WRAP?

  • The Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention
  • One of the world’s largest and longest running studies of individuals at risk for Alzheimer’s disease
  • Approximately 1,580 individuals, followed over time, to learn about biological, health, and lifestyle factors that may affect the disease. Many participants have been in WRAP for over 17 years!
  • A comprehensive data set that includes cognition, lifestyle, physical activity, biomarkers, genetics, and metabolism.
  • A registry of volunteers available to other researchers studying Alzheimer’s disease.

 

Participation in WRAP includes an initial study visit, follow-up visits every 2 years, and optional, integrated biomarker visits.

For more information please Contact WRAP at the site nearest to you or visit our Participating in WRAP and Frequently Asked Questions pages.