Thank you for your interest in the AHEAD Study. We have completed recruiting new participants. For more information about Alzheimer’s disease research opportunities, please visit the Learn More page. 

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Supplemental Privacy Notice to California Residents

We do not give, share, or sell any personal information to a third party unless required by law, but to comply with California’s “Shine the Light” law (codified at California Civil Code section 1798.83), provide you with the following, supplemental notice:

If you are a California resident, you are entitled to request and obtain from us once per calendar year information regarding “personal information” about you (as that term is defined under California Civil Code section 1798.83) that we shared, if any, to a third party for the third party’s direct marketing purposes. The information will include (1) a list of the categories described in California Civil Code section 1798.83(e)(6) that were disclosed during the preceding calendar year, if at all, and (2) the names and addresses of any third parties with whom we shared any such personal information about you during the preceding calendar year, and if the nature of such third parties’ business cannot reasonably be determined from the third parties’ name, a description of the nature of the third parties’ business or examples of products and services that the third party marketed.

To make such a request, please email the USC Keck School of Medicine, Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute at, and include “Request for California Privacy Information” in the subject line. We will provide the requested information to you at your email address. You may also contact us at:

ATTN: AHEAD Study Website Team

USC Keck School of Medicine

Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute

9860 Mesa Rim Road

San Diego, CA 92121

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We are looking for people ages 55-80 who do not have noticeable symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, but who are interested in participating in clinical trials aiming to help prevent potential future memory problems. Answer a few short questions to learn if you may be eligible to participate in the AHEAD Study, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Eisai, Inc.