The Memory & Aging Program is located on the Butler Hospital campus in Providence, RI (USA) and is affiliated with the Brown Medical School. The Memory & Aging Program aims to assist individuals with memory problems and their families. The Program provides state-of-the-art assessment and treatment of memory disorders and is dedicated to developing new treatments for Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. The Program is also dedicated to training medical residents, neuropsychology interns, and post-doctoral fellows from the Brown Medical School. This website provides information about the causes and treatment of memory loss and describes the services we offer. The website also contains information about our research and clinical research training opportunities.
March 6: Contributions to the Memory and
Aging Program can now be made online through Butler Hospital's secure site!
Click here to donate. In the Designation field on the second page, select "Memory and Aging Program".
January 19: Another
study finds that exercise helps delay dementia!
Click here to read the article or here to watch
a video about it. (Windows
Media Player needed to view.)
December 27: View the video of Dr. Salloway's TV interview about a new study at the Memory & Aging Program for mild to moderate Alzheimer's Disease. (Please note - you will see a brief ad before the video appears.)
Click here to find out more about the study! (Adobe Acrobat Reader needed to view).(Also available as an MS Word Document)
A new study finds that exercising can add years to your life!
Dr. Salloway interviewed on local news station to discuss new level of treatments for Alzheimer's disease. Click here to read the interview.