Giving to the Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center
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Ground-Breaking Research, Life-Changing Results

Revolutionizing treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and more.

The memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias is devastating for those diagnosed and their loved ones. While we know more about these conditions today, there is much more we can do to improve the lives of those suffering.

At the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center, we are revolutionizing treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and dementias through innovative research and a shared commitment to improving lives. With three National Institutes of Health-funded centers in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and aging research at U-M, we are making great strides by:

  • Identifying routes for potential therapies  
  • Defining biomarkers for early detection and better treatment
  • Promoting state-of-the-art care and wellness for those affected by memory loss
  • Increasing dementia awareness through collaborative education and outreach efforts
  • Addressing racial and ethnic disparities in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
  • Providing training and support to the next generation of clinicians and scientists

We believe we can find a cure to stop the devastation of dementias of all kinds and invite you to join us in our efforts. As we break new ground with promising clinical results, your support is more crucial than ever to our success.

Giving Opportunities
MADC Wellness Initiative
The Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center Wellness Initiative offers supportive, well-being based activities and programs for adults living with memory loss, their family, and caregivers.
Improve Alzheimer's care
MADC Innovation Fund
The Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center (MADC) continues to grow and evolve, and this fund will help staff respond to the ever shifting demands of combating this disease.
Become part of the solution
Alzheimer's Disease Research Fund
Gifts support the most promising research focusing on: disease mechanisms, improved diagnosis, better therapy, biomarker discovery in dementia, the relationship between metabolic disorders and Alzheimer's, and best practices toward wellness.
Help cure Alzheimer's disease
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We would be pleased to discuss your interests and goals — and the impact your gift can have. We can connect you with faculty and staff, identify where your help is most needed, and share how giving can provide personal satisfaction as well as financial and tax benefits.

Allison Clark Allison Clark
Associate Director of Development
Mike Harders Mike Harders
Managing Director of Development