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Partnership: The Byrd Center

Partnership: The Byrd Center

The Byrd Center

usfimageThe Carlyle House is happy to announce we recently toured the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute, one of the nation’s leading research centers for the testing and treatment of Alzheimer’s, located on the campus of the University of South Florida in Tampa. The Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute has a simple mission: To Prevent Alzheimer’s Now. “We came away from our visit to the Byrd Institute thoroughly impressed with the level of research and commitment on finding a cure and the advancement of better interventions,” states Greg Nelson owner of the Carlyle House. “I never imagined there would someday be a six story 108,000 square foot complex singularly dedicated to diagnosis and treatment, research and teaching of Alzheimer’s and related disorders. The clinical advancements coming out of this institution are nothing short of amazing. Anyone who has 5,000 genetically engineered mice in their basement for the purpose of ensuring that their research meet the highest standards has to be taken very seriously.”

The Carlyle House is planning to collaborate with the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s for training and the educational advancement of both our staff and family members. The Byrd Center also focuses a great deal of their efforts and interventions on the caregiver, as so much of the responsibility falls on their shoulders.

The clinical advancements coming out of this institution are nothing short of amazing.

Greg Nelson, President

The Carlyle House was able to obtain valuable information from the Byrd Institute pertinent to caregivers that will be included in our monthly online magazine. Insightful articles will be featured along with current national events that will affect everyone associated with Alzheimer’s. We are pleased to have a trusted and highly capable research institute as a resource for expert knowledge of Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment, research and caregiver support.



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