Advancing the knowledge of aging brains to enhance lives and outcomes
For Study Participants
Have your clinical needs managed by the expert clinicians at the Comprehensive Center for Brain Health using a collaborative care model.
Executive Brain Health Program
For Students & Residents
We offer 1-, 2- or 4-week rotations at the Comprehensive Center for Brain Health for interested students, residents, fellows, or trainees. The experience combines opportunities for clinical care and research.
Our Clinician Partners Network
Alzheimer disease and related disorders are under-recognized, under-diagnosed, and under-treated leading to poorer patient outcomes, substantial declines in function, diminished quality of life, increased caregiver burden, grief, and depression, and increased societal costs. We offer experiential training opportunities to practicing clinicians and health professionals to (1) increase knowledge and diagnostic skills, (2) learn about current and future therapeutics, and consider the incorporation and use of biomarkers in their clinical practice.
We offer educational opportunities to researchers and professionals in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry to: 1) review concepts of healthy brain aging and the spectrum of dementia that impact cognitive, motor and behavioral function; 2) develop a differential diagnosis; and 3) become familiar with how patients present to clinical practice; research and clinical evaluation of patients; pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to treatment; the role of biomarkers now and in the future; and with challenges and opportunities for diagnosis and management of AD and related disorders.
Get access to our valuable resources and tools
Dr. Galvin and collaborators have created over 20 cutting-edge diagnostic tools, surveys, questionnaires, and instruments to help clinicians, researchers, patients, and families improve recognition of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.
Sustain our mission to enhance lives and outcomes through brain research
You can become part of the CCBH family by supporting our research and clinical programs through gifts, grants, and endowments. This can include endowing a professorship, supporting a research fellow, contributing the purchase of research equipment, funding a pilot study, or naming rights.