Biomedical research is defined by Huriet law from 1988 as is any trial or experimentation involving human being for the development of biological or medical knowledge. There are two kinds of research: clinical research sponsored by pharmaceutical companies or clinical research driven by institutions. They both have the common objective of improving medical care and have the same constraints and requirements in term of subject’s safety and quality of the work accomplished. Their main difference is the following :

The Memory Centre is known for its clinical research activities in areas such as motivation, behavior or memory disorders. It is possible to participate to researches focusing on prevention, evaluation, treatments or new technologies in these various areas.

You will find in this document (PDF) our various research projects.

As of April 2012, the various research projects managed by CMRR are :

PopulationClinical trials
(drug evaluation)
Institutional trials
(non-drugs therapies)
Prevention  

DIALOG

MEMENTO  

PREDICT-MA

ISALP  

MAPT

ALZAMYD-TEMOIN    

DEAMBUMATEUR

SIGAAL

DEM@CARE

ASAP


Mild Cognitive Impairment  

EPAC-M

DIALOG

MEMENTO

PREDICT-MA

ISALP

BALTAZAR

FPRMCI

SIGAAL  

DEM@CARE 

ASAP 

Alzheimer Disease

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIALOG    

BALTAZAR      

PACO  

IFRAD      

AIDALZ    

COMPARSE

VR-ALZ  

DEM@CARE

REFLEX

You can also visite web sites of ONRA (Observatoire National de la Recherche sur la Maladie d'Alzheimer) and Clinical Trials.

Contact

If you would like more information on our research projects or if you want to participate in clinical trials, please contact : 

Mme Justine LEMAIRE
- phone : 04 92 03 47 78 
- email : lemaire.j@chu-nice.fr