Frontotemporal Dementia Research Study
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital want to find ways to improve memory, thinking, and behavior in individuals with frontotemporal dementia. Join our compensated study today!
Conducted in Boston, MA
40 - 80 Years Old
Compensation Provided
Able to Undergo PET & MRI Scan
Fast Facts
Frontotemporal Dementia
Study Background
Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is an uncommon type of dementia that causes problems with behavior, language, memory, and cognition. FTD is a frequent cause of neurodegenerative dementia in patients less than 65 years of age.

Our researchers are investigating a novel therapeutic intervention, non-invasive brain stimulation, to assess its efficacy in improving memory, thinking, and behavior in patients with frontotemporal dementia.

Non-invasive brain stimulation works by modifying brain activity to improve cognitive performance, activities of daily living, and overall brain function.

If you suffer from this type of dementia, join our compensated study today!
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