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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

As Massachusetts enters Phase Three of Reopening the week of July 6th, some MADRC-affiliated research clinics are beginning in-person visits while some will continue virtual visits.

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment (CART) resumes on site appointments this week on a limited basis. Staff are eager to welcome back participants and study partners of ongoing clinical trials and are taking precautions to keep everyone safe, including: wearing masks; limiting the number, and duration of, exposures; screening staff and participants and study partners for COVID-19 symptoms 24-72 hours prior to visits, and sanitizing exam and testing rooms before and after every visit.

For a list of other precautions being taken at CART click here.

Please take a moment to watch this Mass General Brigham video on our Safe Care Commitment: https://youtu.be/pmrpTqAfYyw

Details about additional MADRC-affiliated research centers will be shared as they are made available.

 

Partners Healthcare has set up a COVID-19 hotline for clinicians, patients and the public at 617-724-7000. For the most accurate updates on COVID-19, visit: CDC.gov and/or WHO.int

Announcements

Aug 05 2020

The virtual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) last week brought together...

Aug 05 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Brad Dickerson who was recently promoted to Professor of Neurology at...

Jul 28 2020

Dr. Yakeel T. Quiroz received the Inge-Grundke-Iqbal Award for Alzheimer’s Research at the...

Events

Mar 16 2020

Due to Partners Healthcare policies surrounding COVID-19, MADRC is canceling many upcoming community programs, including:...

News

Jul 14 2020

Joining a clinical trial may not be the first idea that pops into your head when wondering how...

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