Help Alzheimer's Patients

What is the A16 Study?

The A16 Study is being carried out to see if our investigational imaging dye (known as a tracer), developed by our team of world class researchers, might be able to help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease faster. We are looking for people nearing the end of life who would be willing to bring hope to Alzheimer’s patients and their families by participating in our research study and donating their brain to Alzheimer’s research.

You don’t have to have Alzheimer’s disease to take part.

There is no cost to take part in the study. All study-related procedures are provided free of charge and reimbursement for time and travel may also be available. 

Why get involved in the A16 study?

Some people see donating their organs or tissue after they die as a way of gaining something positive from their illness. The thought of contributing to medical research and potentially changing the lives of other ill people makes them feel proud. Understandably, others find this too painful to think about.

Brain donation may not be a consideration for you or your loved one, and that’s fine. But if it is, you – or they – have the opportunity to contribute to research that may one day save someone’s life. We’re on hand whenever you need if you ever want to talk the decision through – please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the study team.