Are you interested in participating in WRAP research?
WRAP is currently recruiting participants from historically under-represented groups and people from rural areas.
If you’re interested and think you meet this criteria, please contact us: email email@example.com or call 1-800-417-4169
WRAP sub-study opportunity
Research volunteers are also needed for African Americans Fighting Alzheimer’s in Midlife (AA-FAiM). AA-FAiM is a sub-study in partnership with WRAP looking to address modifiable risk factors for prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
Who is needed for AA-FAiM? African Americans age 40 to 85 who are cognitively healthy (no diagnosed memory problems) and willing to volunteer.
Why volunteer for AA-FAiM? To help find a way to delay or prevent Alzheimer’s disease for your family and community.
Participation in AA-FAiM includes:
- Answering questions about your daily life and health
- A visit to UW Hospital for vital assessments, blood draw, brief medical exam, and memory testing
- Optional lumbar puncture and/or MRI
- Answering questions about experiences of discrimination/life stressors and coping behaviors
- Optional post-study visit or call to discuss your study findings
- A payment to you for your time
- Follow-up visits every 2 years
If interested, please call: Dr. Fabu Carter, Senior Program Manager, Outreach and Retention, (608) 235-4745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org