Participant Reviews

I, along with my wife, have been involved with a study for nearly a year. Dr.Mega's staff is very courteous, professional and informative on the progress of the study. It has been our pleasure to be a part of the study and we would't hesitate to join any study with Dr. Mega.
Wade L.
Study Participant
"Bye ~ See you in a year." Those were the dismissive and hopeless words that drove us away from one neurologist. We wanted to work with someone who would be a partner in this process; help us understand the best actions to take to slow down cognitive decline if possible. Also we wanted to take part in research, be part of helping understand Alzheimer's better. Dr. Michael Mega rose to the top for us. We have been in one of his studies for one and a half years. We enjoy the team, feel great to be helping find potential treatment, and also are comforted that should we need help or questions answered, there is a team available for us.
John & Jane
Study Participant & Study Partner
I highly recommend Dr. Mega and his staff. Every step of the way the team has been welcoming, comforting, and supportive. Phone calls and questions are always promptly and professionally responded to. Without hesitation, I would refer friends to the Center for Cognitive Health.
Kristine B.
Study Partner
My own mother died of Alzheimer's disease just short of her 94th birthday. My dear wife's mother did the same. I am a 78 year old retired physician and surgeon, and in my medical practice, many of my patients were afflicted by a variety of Dementias, particularly Alzheimer's disease. As I have marched through my senior years, I have noticed that my memory has been slipping faster than what I think is usual for my age, particularly my recent memory. Sometimes I see old friends, and know their names well, but I just can't "get the tab" to pull it out. A minute later, it may come to me in a flash, but often too late. Although it is embarrassing, it is much much more.
I enrolled in the Eisai study for two reasons:
(1) The most important one was because, through my many years of practice in medicine, I have come to appreciate how important biomedical research is, not just for humans, but for all the interconnected life on this wonderful planet of ours! People with pathology have the unique opportunity to perform a service to mankind that others cannot.
(2) The second reason is that the Eisai study offered to study my cognitive health in an extremely thorough manner, and I personally want to learn all I can about how my brain is functioning, and how the decline can best be dealt with. I am very pleased with the encounters that I have had so far. The entire staff and the Center for Cognitive Health have treated me very well, with professionalism, but also with warmth and kindness.
Dr. Bob
Study Participant