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You can participate in a groundbreaking project to help find cures for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression and other brain disorders. And you can do it all online.

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When you play simple online games, we get “snapshots” of your health and brain performance. With many snapshots, from you and others, we can make a huge difference.

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A faster path
to cures

As our Registry grows, we can make clinical trials faster and better. And that can get us closer to cures for Alzheimer’s, traumatic brain injury, depression and other brain disorders.

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Some of the leading names in neuroscience
are involved. They are developing a deeper understanding of brains before and during
the onset of brain disorders.

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Anne de la Rosa

"My college roommate was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's. She's working hard - exercising, meditating, doing yoga - to keep her symptoms at bay, and she's holding on to the positive attitude she's always had. I'm hoping this research can lead to a cure and help her stay positive and vital. That’s why I’m here."

— Anne de la Rosa
    San Mateo, CA

Oakland A’s Pitcher Sean Doolittle Records PSA on the Brain Health Registry

Oakland A’s Pitcher Sean Doolittle Records PSA on the Brain Health Registry

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Northern California Communities Tout Brain Health Registry

Oakland, West Sacramento and Marin County declare April 8th "Brain Health Registry Day." The city of San Francisco issues certificate of honor.

View the certificate from SF Mayor Edwin Lee.

Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors Records Video PSA on the Brain Health Registry

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