Long-Term Memory Decline clinical trials at UCSF
1 research study open to eligible people
Long-term memory decline is a condition that affects older adults and those with cognitive impairments, which affects their quality of life. UCSF is recruiting participants for a clinical trial called "Wayfinding Intervention and Long-Term Memory" that aims to find therapeutic treatment for this condition. The trial is looking for volunteers who are interested in participating in this important research.
Wayfinding Intervention and Long-Term Memory
open to eligible people ages 60-85
Therapeutic treatment is yet available for declining memory, which is an impairment affecting the quality of life for many older adults and patients with cognitive impairment. Cognitive training with an immersive video game promises to drive hippocampal-cortical plasticity and associated gains that can restore memory capability or provide therapeutic treatment for memory deficits.
San Francisco, California
Our lead scientists for Long-Term Memory Decline research studies include Peter E Wais, PhD.