Cerebral Small Vessel Disease Study (VCID)

Research study involving new techniques of identifying the earliest physical changes connected to an increased risk of stroke and cognitive impairment.

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What is the VCID study about?

The VCID study is interested in developing new MRI brain scanning and eye exam techniques to identify changes in blood vessels that are related to one’s risk of developing changes in the brain that cause stroke and cognitive impairment (declined memory and thinking capabilities).

What procedures does the VCID study involve?

Participants will have one-two MRI brain scans and eye exams.

Am I eligible to participate?

We are enrolling individuals who are:

  • 60 years of age or older
  • Of Latin American descent

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