Alzheimer’s Association TrialMatch® is a free, easy-to-use clinical studies matching service that connects individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease, caregivers, and healthy volunteers with current research studies. Our continuously updated database of Alzheimer’s clinical studies includes hundreds of pharmacological (drug) and non-pharmacological (non-drug) studies being conducted at sites across the country and online.
Ten years ago, TrialMatch was designed for people living with Alzheimer's and other dementia. Now this matching service is for any adult interested in joining open, actively recruiting clinical studies related to Alzheimer's and other dementia. You will receive matches to studies based on your personal background, diagnosis and treatment history. You can directly contact researchers through TrialMatch to receive detailed information about the clinical studies and volunteer to participate.
Don't just hope for a cure — help us find one.
For people living with dementia, and those personally affected by it, participating in research is one way to take action and make a difference.
We need your help to advance Alzheimer's research
Individuals with dementia or those who are at risk of developing it, caregivers, and healthy volunteers with no dementia issues are needed today to help advance Alzheimer's research.
By participating in clinical research, you can help to accelerate progress and provide valuable insight into potential treatments and methods of prevention. Without the participation of people like you, finding a cure is nearly impossible.
Find potential studies in three easy steps
- Visit TrialMatch. You can also call 800.272.3900 or email TrialMatch@alz.org to get started.
- Answer a few simple questions. This information will refine the list of recommended studies to those that best apply to you or the person you are helping sign up. All information is kept completely confidential unless you choose to share it with a study team.
- Review your study matches. You’re under no obligation to participate. You can reach out to researchers directly to sign up, or let researchers know that you are open to being contacted with more information about their study. You can also browse available clinical studies by location and type, or sign up to be notified when new studies are posted that are relevant to you.
We also encourage you to sign up for email alerts from TrialMatch. You may receive updates on new studies related to conditions you're interested in plus updates on clinical trial progress in Alzheimer’s and other dementia.