Memory and Sleep Research

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Are you experiencing problems with sleep and your memory?

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore are investigating the use of FDA-approved sleep treatment trazodone and its effects on memory.

Participation involves:
- screening tests including blood draws, MRI and memory screening
- use of a wrist actigraph (activity tracker like a "FitBit")
- use of the study drug trazodone
- 5 clinic visits over the course of 13-15 weeks

You may be eligible if:

- You are 55 years of age or older
- Have a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or are experiencing memory changes
- Have sleep problems
- Have a study buddy who can attend all study visits with you
- Speak and understand English

You may not be eligible if:
- You are currently taking trazodone
- You have previously been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and a CPAP was recommended
- Have a diagnosis of dementia

Not sure if you are ready to participate?

Call (800) 679-2817 or use the calendar below to schedule a 15-minute call with our Lead Aging Research Navigator.