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Memory Strings is a movement powered by the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation, Inc., bringing a community together to end Alzheimer’s disease. The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation includes all types of people and partners dedicated to this fight – non-profits, research institutions, pharmaceutical companies, health plans, and others. To find out more, visit: www.globalalzplatform.org

The Global Alzheimer's Platform Team

The Global Alzheimer’s Platform team has been deeply touched and affected by this disease - we all have a personal Alzheimer’s story to tell. We are all connected by the many strings of this disease, whether it's taking care of a family member, treating patients, or conducting research - we all have our reasons to help find a cure.

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George Vradenburg

Chair

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John Dwyer

President and Founding Board Member

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Steven Paul

Founding Board Member

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Pascale Witz

Board Member

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Drew Holzapfel

Founding Board Member

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Simon Lovestone

Scientific Advisor

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Luc Truyen

Member, Executive Committee

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Debra Lappin

Senior Strategist

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Richard Mohs

Chief Scientific Officer

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Jason Bork

Chief Operating Officer

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Joni Henderson

Chief Partnerships Officer

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Cyndy Cordell

Vice President, Provider Relations

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Gabe Goldfeder

Director, Clinical Operations

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Rona Schillinger

Sr. Project Manager

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Lauren Bloch

Supporting Consultant

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Leigh Zisko

Senior Manager for Recruitment and Clinical Trial Optimization

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Doug Beauregard

Project Director

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Megan Rowe

Executive Administrative Assistant

GAP Members And Their Relationship With Alzheimer’s

The Memory Strings Community is tied together by our fight to end Alzheimer's

Contact Us

Please e-mail your inquiry to:

Media

For media inquiries, please contact our representatives at Landis Communications, Inc.:

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Gus Nodal
(415) 359-2320

gus@landispr.com
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Brianne Miller
(415) 359-2303

brianne@landispr.com

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