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David C. Weisman, MD

Helping Fight Memory Loss

Please answer the following three questions to see if you qualify for our memory loss clinical trials.
Is the potential participant between 50 and 80?
Are they experiencing mild memory or thinking problems?
Are they otherwise in fair general health?
Meet Dr. Dixon

About David C. Weisman, MD

In 2008, Dr. Weisman founded the Clinical Research Center at Abington Neurological Associates (ANA). While serving as the site’s director, Dr. Weisman conducted and overseen numerous clinical trials: Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, migraines, and chronic pain.  Dr. Weisman has become a leading trialist nationwide. Under Dr. Weisman’s direction, the ANA Clinical Trial Center has become nationally recognized, and he was honored as an ADCS investigator.

The site participated in the first positive later stage trial in early Alzheimer’s disease, now FDA approved.  We randomized the first subject in the successful phase 2 trial of another Alzheimer's treatment worldwide. ANA served as a site investigating new medications for multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, migraine, and better stroke prevention and acute treatment.

Our mission is to partner with our subjects and discover the truth about drugs.  Subject wellbeing and trial integrity are our dual priorities.  To achieve this, we enroll medically optimized subjects, whom we hold in the highest regard, to get clear answers.  Internally we strive for a culture of accountability at every level.  Problems and errors must be accepted with compassion and solved with transparency.  Our ideals are respect, accountability, and the scientific process.


Medical School - Pennsylvania State College of Medicine

Residency in Neurology - Yale New Haven Hospital 

Fellowship in Alzheimer's disease and other dementias - University of California, San Diego

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