In the Memory Disorders Division, neurologists and geriatric psychiatrists see patients with dementia or concerns about their memory. The Alzheimer Disease Research Center at Mass General is leading the way in exploring imaging, biomarkers and other tools to screen for earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia and a growing threat to our aging population.
Your support is critical to our ability to develop the therapies that will slow the progression, prevent and one day cure the devastating impact of memory loss.
Raise Awareness and Support
Memory disorders are challenging for both patients and their families. You can help spread the word about the impact of memory loss and help us raise needed funds to speed our efforts to bring our research out of the laboratory and to our patients’ bedside. Start your fundraising campaign for memory disorders. Create a fundraising page in just 5 minutes. Learn more.
For questions and more information about supporting the Memory Disorders Unit in the Division of Neurology at Mass General, please contact Shawn Fitzgibbons or call 617.726.2200.
Support new treatments for memory disorders. We’ve raised $2,823.00. Help us reach 100% of our $25,000 goal! Donate now.
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