Category: Blog (Page 2)

April 16, 2019

Blog: Meet the Alliance for Aging Research’s Vice President of Finance and Administration

Yvette Brown, CPA, Vice President of Finance and Administration. The Alliance for Aging Research is proud to have dedicated staff…
April 9, 2019

Chairman’s Blog: Underrepresentation of Older Adults in Clinical Trials

James “Jim” G. Scott, Chair, Alliance for Aging Research Board of Directors. The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at…
March 27, 2019

Blog: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Always

Michael Sapienza, CEO, Colorectal Cancer Alliance By Michael Sapienza, CEO, Colorectal Cancer Alliance March is the busiest month of my…
March 21, 2019

Blog: Meet the Alliance for Aging Research’s Director of Development

Sarah DiGiovine, Director of Development The Alliance for Aging Research is proud to have dedicated staff members supporting the organization…
March 11, 2019

Blog: Learn About Medication Safety from a CDC Expert

Jennifer N. Lind, PharmD, MPH March 10 through 16 is Patient Safety Awareness Week. Since proper medication storage is an…
February 27, 2019

Chairman’s Blog: How the Framingham Heart Study Helped Americans Live Longer

James “Jim” G. Scott, Chair, Alliance for Aging Research Board of Directors. The Framingham Heart Study, the landmark epidemiological…
February 14, 2019

Blog: Former journalist becomes heart disease advocate after her mom’s health scare

Marilyn Serafini, executive director of Heart Valve Voice US With National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day right around the…
February 5, 2019

Blog: Why February is Lindsay’s Favorite Month of the Year

Lindsay Clarke, Vice President of Health Education and Advocacy February has become my favorite month at the Alliance for Aging…
January 28, 2019

Chairman’s Blog: Trends in Aging

James “Jim” G. Scott, Chair, Alliance for Aging Research Board of Directors. Health care in 2019 will no doubt be…
January 18, 2019

Blog: Get a Sneak Peek of our 2019 Projects

Alliance friends and family, I cannot believe we are already more than halfway through January. I hope all of you…