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Outreach and Engagement

In the field of medicine, it's crucial to identify how a disease uniquely impacts groups and individuals in different ways. The Outreach and Engagement Core at the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center develops relationships with community members and local organizations so that center research reflects the diverse community it supports. 

Participate in research

The Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center relies on the involvement of participants to further its advancement of research in Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. To learn how to begin, interested participants must submit a referral form.

Participant Referral

Clinical Referral

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Community Advisory Board

The Community Advisory Board (CAB) supports the center in connecting with underrepresented members of the Indianapolis community to ensure those members are included in its research. 

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Stay engaged with local community members and informed about the latest Alzheimer's research by joining the center's newsletter mailing list.

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Alzheimer's Association Booth


Learn about upcoming events and symposiums that focus on Alzheimer's disease research, caregiver health and more.

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Education and Resources

The Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center collaborates with local and national organizations to enable Hoosier patients and their caregivers to understand and have access to the latest research innovation and educational resources in Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. 


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Blood Tests for Brain Health in Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias


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Understanding the Challenges of Delivering Alzheimer’s Care in Minority Populations


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Common Misconceptions About Power of Attorneys


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Long Haulers: Cognitive Symptoms after COVID-19 Infection





Making a Difference in Alzheimer's disease

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Through outreach and engagement, the center helps the local community to better understand and how best to treat Alzheimer's disease. Without support from generous donors and the passion of community members, the center wouldn't be able to achieve its goals. Learn more about giving opportunities, faculty experts, center history and research.