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Memory and Aging Program
Butler Hospital
345 Blackstone Boulevard
1st Floor Weld Building
Providence, RI 02906
P: (401) 455-6402
F: (401) 455-6405

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Memory and Aging Program participated in two large-scale senior expos last Saturday - 10/20/2018

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MAP Staff Lisa Williams and GinaMarie Tonini speak with guests at the Providence Journal Life Expo!
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The Memory and Aging Program conducted a free GeneMatch cheek swab for Alzheimer’s at the Best Year’s Expo at Gillette Stadium. Pictured: Bill Menard, Athena Lavoie, Brittany Dawson, Diane Monast, Sam Slezak.
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MAP Outreach Coordinator Athena Lavoie and Best Year’s Expo Celebrity Guest, Derek Hough.

Alzheimer’s Association Providence Walk - 9/30/2018

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MAP Outreach Coordinators Tara Tang and Athena Lavoie attend the Providence Alzheimer’s Association Walk and conduct cheek swabs for research.

Providence WaterFire - 9/29/2018

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The Memory and Aging Program at Providence WaterFire offering information about clinical research for Alzheimer’s disease.
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Dr. Stephen Salloway and Dr. Louisa Thompson speak to WaterFire attendees about GeneMatch cheek swabbing offered onsite at WaterFire.

Discussion and Book Signing Event, On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’s with Author Greg O’Brien - 9/20/2018

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Dr. Stephen Salloway, Mary Marran and Greg O’Brien meet at a VIP reception prior to Greg’s presentation in Ray Hall.

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Author Greg O’Brien speaks to a crowd of over 125 Rhode Islander’s.

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