Alzheimer's Disease and Aging
Our vision is to add life to years, not simply years to life.
The OHSU C. Rex and Ruth H. Layton Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Center is recognized as a national leader in dementia care and research. We are a NIA-funded Alzheimer's Disease Center. We conduct studies of promising treatments, technologies for patient and caregiver support, genetics, neuroimaging and pathology. The expertise of our multidisciplinary staff, and the generosity of community members who volunteer as research participants, are essential to the success of our programs.
When to seek a diagnosis
Is what I am experiencing normal aging, or should I be tested for dementia?
Read more about when to seek a diagnosis
First visit?Have your doctor call our consultation line to make a referral:
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On our blog
- Caregiver Corner: Get by with a little help from friends
- Luvaas grant expands Alzheimer’s research
- Community workshops provide brain health information for Asian-Americans
- How do we reach out to those experiencing thoughts of suicide?
- Self care and self compassion in academia