About the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic
Preventive Neurology: A New Approach to Brain Health
Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative conditions (such as Parkinson’s disease and Lewy Body Dementia) doesn't just affect the patient; it affects the entire family. The Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic (APC) in the Center for Brain Health at FAU Medicine will begin clinical and research operations in mid-2022. The Program is Directed by Dr. Richard Isaacson, who founded the first APC in the United States in 2013 and has several family members affected.
The clinic and research program focuses on cutting-edge prevention strategies & comprehensive education for the whole family. Currently, we are focusing on clinical research studies in the area of Alzheimer’s prevention, however in the future, we plan to expand our scope to the Parkinson’s disease prevention and Lewy Body prevention (further announcements coming next year).
For more information, please click the button below to complete a contact form. Please note that we are experiencing high volumes of inquiries following recent media exposure, but we will aim to correspond with you prior to the launch of our programs next year.