The Butler Hospital Memory & Aging Program, affiliated with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, has a 25 year history of excellence in clinical care, training, and research. We are dedicated to developing breakthrough treatments that improve quality of life for Alzheimer’s disease. As a world-wide leader in the fight against Alzheimer’s we offer cutting-edge research for people with normal memory who may be at risk for dementia and those who are already experiencing memory loss. We are working hand in hand with community groups, health care providers, research organizations, and people like you to find preventative and breakthrough treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Contact us to discuss how you or your loved one can join us in the fight against Alzheimer’s. Our caring staff looks forward to speaking with you: (401) 455-6402.
Stephen Salloway, MD, MSPrincipal Investigator
Paul F. Malloy, PhDDirector of Psychology
Stephen Correia, PhDNeuropsychologist
Jessica Alber, PhDPost-Doctoral researcher
William MenardResearch Operations Manager
Diane Monast, RN, MSN, CNSLead Coordinator
Athene Lee, PhDAssistant Professor in Psychiatry and Human Behavior
Tara TangOutreach Coordinator
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