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Apathy and Negative Symptoms in Alzheimer's Disease: Investigation of the Proline*COMT Interaction for Symptom Targeting to Positively Impact Quality of Life
Understanding the Causes of Apathy in Alzheimer's Disease (Male subjects)
Sponsor:National Institute on Aging NIA
Enrolling:Male and Female Patients
Clinic Visits:1
Minimum Age:50 years old
IRB Number:AAAS0071
Contact: Bimala Rawal: 212-304-7722 / br2597@cumc.columbia.edu
Additional Study Information:

Apathy is a very common symptom experienced by people with Alzheimer's disease, and includes a lack of motivation and loss of interest in many activities. Patients and their caregivers often find apathy to be particularly distressing. This study aims to obtain a greater understanding of the causes of apathy in Alzheimer's disease. We are currently enrolling male participants (ages 50 years and older) with Alzheimer's disease. Enrolled participants will undergo a small blood draw (2-3 teaspoons) at our clinic and a brief interview about their health status with our research assistant. This study will involve a single visit for a total of 2.5 hours, and you will be reimbursed up to $80 for your travel and $30 for your participation.

Do You Qualify?
Do you (or your loved one who you care for) have Alzheimer's Disease?YesNo
Are you (or your loved one who you care for) a male 50 years old or older?YesNo
Will you allow us to contact your healthcare provider to obtain information on your (or your loved one's) Alzheimer's diseaseYesNo
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Investigator
Catherine Clelland, PhD
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Who Can I Contact?
For more information, please contact:
Bimala Rawal
Email: br2597@cumc.columbia.edu
Phone: 212-304-7722