Mary Chapman, features writer —

Mary graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in journalism. She began her career at United Press International, then spent a decade reporting for the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (now Bloomberg Industry Group). Mary has written extensively for The New York Times, and her work has appeared in publications such as Time, Newsweek, Fortune, and the Chicago Tribune. She’s won a Society of Professional Journalists award for outstanding reporting.

Articles by Mary Chapman

Humana and Seniorlink Offering Tech-Enabled Coaching to Dementia Caregivers

Expanding their existing relationship, Seniorlink and Humana are offering a program that provides additional care management and support to families caring for individuals with dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. The dementia management program, which covers Humana Medicare Advantage members, capitalizes on Seniorlink’s experience and expertise in supporting caregivers. Specifically,…

Inaugural Rainwater Prize Winners Focus on Alzheimer’s and Other Brain Research

An eminent Alzheimer’s disease (AD) scientist, Michel Goedert, and an early career genomic engineering investigator, Patrick Hsu, are inaugural winners of the Rainwater Prize Program that acknowledges leading work in brain research. Such work includes groundbreaking efforts to advance new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s, that are associated with…

$53M NIA Grant Will Test Alzheimer’s Care in Real-world Settings

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) has awarded a five-year grant expected to total $53.4 million to Brown University and Hebrew SeniorLife to lead the creation and management of a research incubator to test Alzheimer’s and dementia care interventions in real-world settings. Called the NIA Imbedded Pragmatic…