Statewide media outlets highlight WRAP 20th anniversary, feature Dr. Sterling Johnson

screen shot of Sterling Johnson during TV news interview

Local and regional TV and radio news outlets featured coverage of the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention (WRAP) on Tuesday, November 30, highlighting the 20th anniversary of the first research participant’s enrollment in the study.

More than 1,700 research participants have enrolled in WRAP since the registry began, making it today the largest family history study of Alzheimer’s disease patients in the world. WRAP Principal Investigator Sterling Johnson, PhD, discussed the importance of research participants and how they have helped scientists evolve the study of Alzheimer’s disease.

Read a news story about the coverage, including links to online news stories, at the WRAP website.