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C. Rex and Ruth H. Layton Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Center

Rex and Ruth Layton

Rex and Ruth Layton

The Oregon Alzheimer's Disease Center (OADC), funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) was established in 1990 to conduct aging and dementia research. In 2004, Rex and Ruth Layton announced a $1 million pledge of support for the OHSU Alzheimer's Disease Center. In recognition of their generous gift, OHSU named the Center the Layton Aging & Alzheimer's Disease Center in honor of the Layton family. 

Patient Services

Our expert staff of experienced healthcare professionals is here to help with memory loss and other related problems. Our memory care specialists are dedicated to finding the most effective Alzheimer's treatment and support for our patients. Many clinic staff are also actively involved in Alzheimer's disease and dementia research. We work together with other research partners and the service community to carry out studies in many aspects of dementia care and treatment. Learn more about our patient services

Collaboration and education

Through interaction with a supportive and interested community at large, the Layton Center is able to provide a strong research base in tune with the needs of its community. Learn more about our collaborators