Advancing Alzheimer’s Research

2020 Citizen Scientist Cornerstone Award National Honoree Dr. Collins Lewis was featured for his efforts to encourage people from different racial backgrounds to participate in Alzheimer’s clinical trials. It’s not hard to understand why most medical research projects would benefit from a robust, varied set of study subjects. But sometimes, the pool of participants doesn’t […]

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TRC-PAD Funnel Finally Touches Down

GAP was mentioned for our partnering with the European Prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia (EPAD) to bring diversity and more volunteers to clinical trials. Recruiting asymptomatic participants for secondary prevention trials such as AHEAD 3-45 is no small feat. How do you find people who are well on the road to Alzheimer’s disease but feel fine, […]

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Senior’s Honors and Recognition in St. Louis Times

2020 Citizen Scientist Awards National Cornerstone Honoree Dr. Collins Lewis was featured in the St. Louis Times for his participation in Alzheimer’s clinical trials. NATIONAL CITIZEN SCIENTIST CORNERSTONE AWARD The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation® (GAP) has recognized St. Louis psychiatrist Dr. Collins Lewis as the honoree of the National Citizen Scientist Cornerstone Award®. The Charles […]

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State Rep. Willhite Receives National Award for Alzheimer’s Disease Volunteerism

2020 Citizen Scientist National Collaborator Awardee, Rep. Matt Willhite from GAP-Net site JEM Research Institute, was featured for his involvement and support for his mother’s Alzheimer’s clinical trial. The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP) has recognized State Rep. Matt Willhite (D-District 86) as the honoree of the National Citizen Scientist Collaborator Award. JEM Research Institute, […]

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5 Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial Volunteers Nominated for National Awards

GAP-Net site ADMDC at Lifespan Rhode Island Hospital’s citizen scientist nominees were featured about their involvement, as well as GAP President John Dwyer. The Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center (ADMDC) at Lifespan Rhode Island Hospital, a national leader in Alzheimer’s disease care and research, has nominated five clinical trial volunteers for the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation’s (GAP) 2020 National Citizen Scientists Awards®. These […]

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Westford Man Works for Alzheimer’s Cause

2020 Citizen Scientist Catalyst Award Honoree, Dennis Chan, was interviewed on his involvement with Alzheimer’s clinical trials and why it’s important to him. When Dennis Chan’s wife started to struggle with memory loss, the family began a quest to learn more. They began seeking more information about Alzheimer’s disease — a progressive disease that leads […]

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Psychiatrist from Brentwood Honored for Work to Improve Diversity in Alzheimer’s research

The 2020 Citizen Scientist Cornerstone Awardee, Dr. Collins Lewis, was featured for his work in increasing diversity in Alzheimer’s clinical trials. A Brentwood man has received a national award honoring Alzheimer’s disease research participants for his work to create more diversity in studies to find treatments and cures. Dr. Collins Lewis, 75, a psychiatrist for […]

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Barch, Bateman elected to National Academy of Medicine

Randall Bateman, a researcher from GAP-Net site Washington University in St. Louis, is being elected to the National Academy of Medicine for his work in Alzheimers research. Deanna M. Barch, an expert in cognitive and language deficits in psychological disorders, and Randall J. Bateman, MD, a leading Alzheimer’s disease researcher, have been elected to the National Academy of […]

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