Funding the Fight Against Dementia NOW Through Research

In an effort to place your donated dollars in the hands of those working daily towards a cure, we have partnered with local researchers and research facilities in Pittsburgh developing breakthrough dementia drugs and treatments (biogenetics, stem cells, etc.).

Since launching the Donald M. Jameson Fellowship Grant in 2014, we have been honored to fund esteemed projects backed by world renowned facilities such as The Pittsburgh Institute For Neurodegenerative Diseases (PIND) supported by The University of Pittsburgh and Cognition Therapeutics, Inc. (CogRx).

Learn how you can join us to help fund the fight! Get Involved

Learn More About Our Research Findings

It is the passionate dedication of these researchers, the generosity of the facilities, and their combined tenacious efforts to find treatments for this awful disease that gives us hope of a future without dementia. Learn more about the research you’re helping to fund:

Our Funded Research & Fellowships


Amantha Thathiah, PhD

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology
Roya Depasquale

Roya T. DePasquale