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Peter Rapp
Peter RAPP,
Senior Investigator,
Neurocognitive Aging Section (NAS)
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Molly Wagster
Molly WAGSTER,
Chief, Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience Branch,
Division of Neuroscience (DN)
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ADORE website, videos are new tools for Alzheimer's research recruitment

The recent strong funding support for Alzheimer’s science at NIA is a wonderful opportunity. But this exciting surge in clinical research brings with it a burgeoning demand for clinical research volunteers, and NIA is eager to assist investigators in achieving their recruitment goals.

Nina Silverberg
Nina SILVERBERG,
Director, Alzheimer's Disease Centers Program,
Division of Neuroscience (DN)
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Communications professionals: Vital to scientific teams

As the new NIA Office of Communications and Public Liaison (OCPL) director, I’m delighted to be leading an established, talented staff of professionals during this exciting time of NIA’s evolution and momentum.

Cindy McConnell
Cindy MCCONNELL,
Director, Office of Communications and Public Liaison,
Office of Communications & Public Liaison (OCPL)
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Diversity and inclusion will build the scientific workforce of the future

Our mission at NIA is to support and train scientists in aging research to promote healthy aging and improved care for individuals in our communities. To do so, we believe it is vital to build a diverse and inclusive scientific environment where innovative ideas and solutions can emerge.

Dr. Sharooz Vahedi
Shahrooz VAHEDI,
Training Officer (Health Science Administrator),
Division of Extramural Activities (DEA)
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