What is WRAP?
WRAP is 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.
The registry includes more than 1,600 individuals, followed over time, to learn about biological, health, and lifestyle factors that may affect the disease. Many participants have been in WRAP for many years or since its beginning in 2001.
WRAP is a comprehensive data set that includes cognition, lifestyle, physical activity, biomarkers, genetics, and metabolism.
WRAP is a registry of volunteers available to other researchers studying Alzheimer’s disease.
WRAP is part of the Initiative to End Alzheimer’s Disease.
Find out more on the WRAP FAQ page.