ARMADA Study

A new study, ARMADA: Advancing Reliable Measurement in Alzheimer’s Disease and Cognitive Aging, will test a new set of measures on the iPad to determine whether they can detect early signs of cognitive decline.

If you take part, you will be asked to come to the UW Hospital for testing for five to six hours, once a year for up to three years. During these visits, the coordinator will guide you through several tests on the iPad. This will test your thinking abilities, emotions, and sensory and motor functions.

Study Commitment

  • 5 to 6 hours of testing once a year for up to 3 years

Participation Eligibility

  • Individuals 85 years old and older with no diagnosis of memory concern
  • Individuals 65 years old and older, diagnosed with MCI or Alzheimer’s disease

Principal Investigator

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Louis A. Holland, Sr., Professor in Alzheimer’s Disease
Department of Medicine
Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology

Study Coordinator

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Colleen Mellert
Associate Research Specialist