The CRO of choice for Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials and Dementia Research
Our 30-year tradition of clinical trial excellence is centered on Alzheimer’s Disease. Unparalleled experience in this indication (including related dementias) enables us to thoroughly understand the complexities in evaluating patients with various phenotypes, and to implement specific study design features that mitigate risks and challenges in the Alzheimer’s field.
We literally wrote the book on Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials. Well, several in fact.
Worldwide delivers this expertise through our team of scientific, medical, operational, and regulatory staff, who all contribute unique skills to help our partners meet the special demands of Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials and related dementia research.
Our expert team includes neuropsychologists and neuroimaging experts who have contributed to the development of every drug class applicable to Alzheimer’s disease in the past 30 years, and have undisputed experience in this field in both the development and application of novel methodology for interventional research using small molecules, as well as biologics.
Worldwide has extensive insights into proteopathic disease models induced by:
- Amyloid-β oligomers (and fibrils)
- α-synuclein oligomers and fibrils
- human tau oligomers (and fibrils)
Our established relationships with key investigators, regulatory bodies, and academic research organizations in the Alzheimer’s field ensures delivery of high quality and clinically relevant data.
- Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease
- Moderate to Severe Alzheimer’s Disease
- Frontotemporal Dementia
- Vascular Dementia
- Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Cognitive Deficits in other Neurodegenerative Conditions
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