The ABA Journal published a feature story this month focused on Elizabeth L.B. Greene and her two decades of experience volunteering for the American Heart Association. Greene, who is a partner at the Worcester, Mass., law firm Mirick, O’Connell, DeMallie & Lougee, is frequently credited with revitalizing the Association’s presence in central Massachusetts. Greene worked
Dr. Ami Bhatt talked about ‘Don’t Die of Doubt’, an American Heart Association campaign encouraging people to seek medical treatment if they experience symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, during a recent appearance on a national medical podcast. “We have a lot of reach outs to the community and awareness campaigns to ensure people
The Community Advocate published a story this week profiling Christina Crowley, a stroke survivor who is chairing Boston’s Go Red for Women campaign in 2021. The piece, written by senior reporter Melanie Petrucci, chronicles Crowley’s experience having a stroke while seeing the play Dear Evan Hansen in New York City in 2017. Crowley, an executive
The American Heart Association, the world’s leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives relies on a core of people who are willing to give their time and energy to help enhance the quality of their communities. Recently the Eastern States region of the American Heart Association announced the honorees of
The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that several Massachusetts volunteers have been named recipients of the 2020 Eastern States Volunteer Awards. As a volunteer-led organization, the American Heart Association relies on the passion and generosity of thousands of volunteers every day who move its mission forward. Here are this year’s local winners. Distinguished
Barry Greene, the president of Cambridge biotech company Alnylam Pharmaceuticals and chairman of this year’s Boston Heart and Stroke Ball, is one of 40 leaders to be recognized with the 2020 Red Jacket Award by PharmaVOICE magazine. Since 2014, PharmaVOICE has recognized inspiring, innovative, collaborative, and transformative individuals in the pharmaceutical industry with this award.
BOSTON – Dr. Peter Libby will receive the Paul Dudley White Award at the 2020 Boston Heart and Stroke Ball, the American Heart Association announced Thursday. Since 1974, the Paul Dudley White Award has been given annually to a Boston physician who has made extraordinary contributions to cardiovascular or stroke care. Dr. Libby, a cardiovascular