Category: Who We Are

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…
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…
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…
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…
September 25, 2018

Join Our Team – We’re Hiring a Communications Associate!

Interested in joining a dynamic and mission-driven team? We’re hiring a Communications Associate! Below is the position description and instructions…
August 2, 2018

Lauren Smith Dyer Joins Alliance for Aging Research as Vice President of Communications

Today the Alliance for Aging Research (Alliance) is pleased to announce that award-winning public affairs executive Lauren Smith Dyer, MBA,…
July 11, 2017

Alliance Garners Prestigious Webby, Telly Awards

The Alliance is thrilled to announce that its pocket film Safe Medication Disposal has received 2017 Telly and Webby Awards. The Alliance also received a 2017 Telly Award for its short film that tells the story of AFib-stroke survivor Sharon Munson and her husband, Randall.
December 21, 2016

The Alliance’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016

We're highlighting some of our best blog posts from 2016! Check out our top 10 countdown!
December 20, 2016

Support the Alliance This Holiday Season

2016 was a big year for the Alliance. As we reflect on this year's accomplishments, it's important that we continue our work to advance aging research. We invite you to join us in our efforts!