Category: Blog (Page 5)

August 18, 2020

Blog: During the COVID-19 Pandemic, It Is More Important Than Ever for Older Adults to Stay Current on Recommended Vaccinations

William Schaffner, MD William Schaffner, MD, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, explains the importance of…
August 17, 2020

Blog: Meet Reverend Dr. Derrick DeWitt, Silver Innovator Award Honoree

Reverend Dr. Derrick C. DeWitt Sr. Heroes in Health: An Event to Celebrate Community, Strength and Healthy Aging will…
August 11, 2020

Blog: Get to Know Jim and Geri Taylor, Recipients of the 2020 Perennial Hero Award

Jim and Geri Taylor, recipients of the 2020 Perennial Hero Award. Heroes in Health: An Event to Celebrate…
August 6, 2020

Blog: Meet Jim Scott, Chair of the Alliance’s Board of Directors

James “Jim” G. Scott, chair of the Alliance for Aging Research Board of Directors. In this new blog series, we…
July 30, 2020

Blog: Talk NERDY to Me and Become a Research Advocate

Here at the Alliance for Aging Research, we are proud NERDs, especially when it comes to empowering patients to engage…
July 27, 2020

Blog: Get to Know the 2020 Daniel Perry Founder’s Award Honoree, Dr. Jack Guralnik

Dr. Jack Guralnik Heroes in Health: An Event to Celebrate Community, Strength and Healthy Aging will honor individuals for…
July 22, 2020

Blog: Caring for Caregivers During COVID-19

National Alliance for Caregiving President and CEO C. Grace Whiting, J.D. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an additional set of…
July 9, 2020

Chairman’s Blog: Introducing Project PAUSE

James “Jim” G. Scott, Chair, Alliance for Aging Research Board of Directors. In May, I used this space to talk…
June 29, 2020

Blog: Alzheimer’s Disease and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ian Kremer, Executive Director of the LEAD Coalition By Ian Kremer Executive Director, Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer’s Disease…
June 23, 2020

Blog: Fighting Older Adult Malnutrition During COVID-19

Meredith Ponder Whitmire, Policy Director of Defeat Malnutrition Today. Malnutrition can happen to anyone, but older adults are particularly at…