Early Detection of Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment with BrainCheck
Early detection of dementia is critical for intervention and care planning, but remains difficult. This study evaluates a computerized cognitive testing battery (BrainCheck) for its diagnostic accuracy and ability to distinguish the severity of cognitive impairment.
Cite this Study
Bin Huang, Kevin Sun, Siao Ye, Huy Q. Phi, Brian Ko, Carolyn M. Parsey, Reza Hosseini Ghomi
Males and Females ages 50-85 with no previous dementia diagnosis
Description of Activities
Participants will complete a BrainCheck standard battery in their home using a remote testing protocol.
Participants agree to share anonymized data with BrainCheck and research partners which may be published online or in print.
Enrolling up to 1,000 participants
Anywhere within the United States