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Research is our brightest hope for a future without Alzheimer’s. The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute’s (WAI) internationally recognized research program is a major contributor to Alzheimer's disease prevention. Our program seeks to slow or even delay the onset of Alzheimer’s and ultimately prevent Alzheimer’s altogether.



Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention

The Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP) is a longitudinal cohort study involving middle-aged adult children with parents with Alzheimer's disease. WRAP is funded by the National Institute of Health and is a premiere program seeking to understand the lifestyle and health factors that determine whether a person develops Alzheimer's disease. WRAP has enrolled over 1,500 persons from throughout the United States and beyond. Read more


For scientists wishing to use WRAP data for research, please click on the following link and fill out the “WRAP Resource Request Form”.  Click “Submit”. 




Your data request will be taken in consideration by the WRAP Science Executive Committee. You will be notified within 2-3 weeks regarding the status of your data request.


Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP)

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