WRAP recruitment is currently open to people from groups historically under-represented in research, including African Americans and Latinos. If you fit this criteria, please contact WRAP for more information.
What to expect at a WRAP study visit
Participation in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention provides the most comprehensive information for our researchers through engagement in our full list of study components. As always, your participation is voluntary and greatly appreciated!
A full study visit including cognitive testing and biomarkers occurs across two or more days, which may be consecutive, with follow-up visits every 2 years.
Each visit can include:
- Questionnaires and Interviews
- Cognitive Testing
- Vital Sign Measurement
- Blood Draw
- Physical Examination with Clinician
- Lumbar Puncture (LP)
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Positron Emission Tomography (PET) – through the WRAP/ADRC PET Study
If you have questions about MRI, LP, PET or any aspects of a study visit, please contact WRAP.