top of page


We are actively recruiting people to the following studies:

Contact us for more information or to join a study



In this clinical trial, we are looking at whether the drug, Aducanumab, could help to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease symptoms in people living with early Alzheimer’s disease


A clinical trial investigating the barrier between the blood vessels and the brain using brain imaging (MRI) to see if it is damaged in people with Alzheimer's Disease. We need people with Alzheimer's Disease and people without any memory problems for this study.

pebbal image.jpg


Tablet medication for people with Alzheimer's disease who are distressed with agitated behaviour.

Agitation symptoms can be very distressing for the person with dementia but also for their family members. This drug has the potential to reduce agitation and therefore some of the distress associated with agitation. 


This study is examining whether analysing MRI brain scans using new advanced computer techniques can help with our diagnosis of memory problems and make predictions about who is going to get worse. People with a range of memory problems can take part.

mri brain atrophy AD_edited.jpg
Wearing a Black Hat


This is a trial to see if an already licensed drug called ondansetron is an effective treatment of hallucinations in people with Parkinson's disease or Lewy Body Dementia. We need volunteers with Parkinson's disease or Lewy Body Dementia.


This study is looking at whether combining memantine and a cholinesterase inhibitor is effective in the treatment of Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson's disease dementia. We need volunteers with Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson's disease dementia.

Chat with the Nursing Home Attendant


There is evidence that brain inflammation can be involved in a wide range of brain diseases. This study is looking at how brain inflammation might play a role in cognitive problems.


This trial will test if internet-delivered self-help Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for family carers of people with dementia (iACT4CARERS) is helpful in improving psychological well-being.


Senior Woman
Photo - Clive & Study Participants.jpg


This is an on-line questionnaire study examining what happens to people's attitudes, lifestyles and views in those who have been seen by a memory assessment service but who do not receive a diagnosis of dementia.

bottom of page