Category: Aging Research (Page 6)

October 2, 2015

A Memorable Evening at the Alliance Annual Dinner

On the evening of Tuesday, September 29, the Alliance held the 22nd Annual Bipartisan Congressional Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C.
September 29, 2015

Alliance for Aging Research Celebrates Healthy Aging at Annual Bipartisan Congressional Awards Dinner

Nonprofit Organization Honors Sen. Kelly Ayotte, Rep. Diana DeGette, Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D., and Scott Simon
September 28, 2015

Meet Our 2015 Annual Dinner Award Winners

We recognize four people who have made extraordinary contributions to advancing healthy aging in national policy, science, and literature.
September 1, 2015

Get Up to Date with These Newsletters

We wanted to share an easy way to keep up to date on what's going on at the Alliance: our newsletters.
August 14, 2015

Letter to NIH Director Collins Regarding RFI Inviting Comments and Suggestions on a Framework for the NIH-Wide Strategic Plan

This is a response from the Alliance to a Request for Information (RFI) Inviting Comments and Suggestions on a Framework for the NIH-wide Strategic Plan from NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins.
July 16, 2015

Cynthia Bens Comments from MDUFA and PDUFA Meetings

Alliance Vice President of Public Policy Cynthia Bens took part in two important meetings at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week.
July 14, 2015

Dan Perry Releases Statement on Rep. Alan Grayson

Dan Perry, founder and board member of the Alliance for Aging Research, released a statement on July 14, 2015, in response to questions regarding Alan Grayson’s involvement with our organization.
May 18, 2015

New Volume on Cancer’s Impact and Advances in Its Research to Be Introduced at Capitol Hill Briefing

The Silver Book®: Cancer volume and factsheet debuts at a Capitol Hill briefing.
May 15, 2015

Elie Metchnikoff: Gerontology Pioneer

Today we recognize the 170th anniversary of Elie Metchnikoff, who is considered to be the founder of gerontology. 
May 13, 2015

May Is Older Americans Month

In 1963, Older Americans Month was established to annually recognize older Americans for their contributions to the nation. More than 50 years later, this tradition continues each May.