Banner Sun Health Research Institute

Located in the retirement community of Sun City, Arizona, the Banner Sun Health Research Institute conducts research, clinical care, prevention and education in age-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and cardiovascular disease. 

10515 W Santa Fe Dr
Sun City, AZ 85351

Services At This Location

Patients and Visitors

Being diagnosed with a memory or movement disorder is difficult for both patients and their loved ones. The Cleo Roberts Memory and Movements Disorders Center, located on the campus of Banner Sun Health Research Institute, provides compassionate and state-of-the-art care.

The clinic makes available, when possible, all ongoing studies and investigational medications in the field of Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s disease.

BSHRI also serves the community through lectures and events. We are also dedicated to the education and training of the next generation of researchers.

To search for a lecture or event in your area, visit our Calendar of Events.

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About Us

The work by scientists and physicians at Banner Sun Health Research Institute has had a significant impact on generating groundbreaking research, developing effective treatments and devising strategies for prevention of many diseases.

BSHRI, together with its Arizona consortium partners, has been designated by the National Institutes of Health as one of just 31 Alzheimer’s Disease Centers in the nation. In addition, the first state-sponsored Arizona Parkinson’s Disease Center was established at Banner Sun Health Research Institute. We are also home to The Center for Healthy Aging, which explores the multiple factors contributing to healthy aging to enhance the quality of life for older adults.

We provide support for the community through our lectures and support groups, and provide groundbreaking care through our Cleo Roberts Memory and Movement Disorders Center.

We help train the next generation of researchers through our summer and school-year internships. Banner Sun Health Institute contributes to research around the nation through its Brain and Body Donation Program, in which local residents donate their tissue upon death to science. More than 1,600 local residents have donated their brain or tissue through the program.



Our nonprofit mission is to make a difference to patients with age-related disorders. 

Our team of researchers work in state-of-the-art laboratories to team up with scientists around the world to develop treatments for a wide range of disorders. 

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