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Thank you! Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame 5/8/19

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Dr. Stephen Salloway was inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame on May 8, 2019. The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame honors people who were born in, lived in, or worked in Rhode Island whose work or talents have brought the state into prominence, or who have contributed to the history and heritage of the state.

Dr. Stephen Salloway (center) and members of his Memory and Aging Program team.

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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