Heroes & Pioneers
Family history, compassion, a sense of moral obligation and an intense interest in the workings of the brain: these are the things that drove Caitlin McManus to intern at the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital at the end of her senior year at Rhode Island College
Sam Slezak originally set out to become a trainer for professional athletes. Here’s how and why he became a project manager for a landmark national Alzheimer’s study instead.
Siena Restaurants co-owner Chef Anthony Tarro shares why his father’s experience with Alzheimer’s disease, and how he and his family continue to fight back against the disease in his name, even after his passing.
Susan Sullivan approaches her volunteer work for the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital from a unique perspective: she’s been a caregiver to those with Alzheimer’s for nearly 50 years.
Dr. Daniel Gibbs is on a mission to change attitudes on Alzheimer’s after 13 years living with the disease himself. Here’s the important reason why…
How this neuropsychologist has come full circle and full-steam ahead in his career and his quest to help end Alzheimer’s at the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital.
Providence College senior Gregory Pappas was looking for a good internship. What he found was the start of his life’s work, at a leading center of Alzheimer’s research.
With a special combination of compassionate care and scientific inquiry, she’s part of the front-line fight to end Alzheimer’s.
Ray and Elaine Theriault have embarked on many journeys in their 50+ years together. Now they’re on a new quest: to help end Alzheimer’s.
Marc Archambault has early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, but that’s not stopping him from living his best life – or inspiring others to do the same.