The Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation is a New York-based nonprofit organization on a mission to accelerate the discovery of drugs to prevent, treat and cure Alzheimer's disease. We strive to support the most diverse and promising research projects around the world.
Many of our staff members have a direct connection to Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. These personal connections drive us forward and unite us to work together to achieve our shared mission. Current openings are below.
ADDF is seeking up to 2 scientists with outstanding analytic abilities and communication skills to join the program on Aging & Alzheimer's Prevention to evaluate, communicate, and accelerate the development of scientific evidence for potential treatments to promote healthy aging and prevent Alzheimer's, related dementias and cognitive aging. Please review the full position description before applying.
ADDF is seeking an independent, self-motivated, detail-oriented individual to join our team as the Grants and Contracts Administrator. This is an exciting and dynamic position for an individual seeking to utilize and develop their skills in all aspects of grants management. The Grants and Contracts Administrator is responsible for directing and managing all administrative components of proposal, grants and contract processing, pre- and post-award. Please review the full position description before applying.
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We welcome volunteers in our New York offices. Computer literacy and a minimum commitment of eight hours per week are preferred. Volunteer opportunities at the ADDF are ideal for undergraduate and graduate students or retired professionals. If you are interested in joining the ADDF as a volunteer, please send a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our internship program provides college students with hands-on experience in a nonprofit setting. Hours are flexible, though candidates who can commit to working a minimum of 10 hours per week are preferred. At the ADDF, interns will be involved with a wide spectrum of work experiences, including event/conference planning, proposal writing, marketing and communications and prospect research. ADDF internships are unpaid positions, but candidates may receive credit by prior arrangement with their college/university. Please send a résumé and cover letter to email@example.com.
The ADDF scientific internship program provides undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral trainees with hands-on experience in a nonprofit setting. Hours are flexible, though candidates who can commit to working a minimum of 10 hours per week are preferred. Interns will have the opportunity to contribute to a diverse array of projects, including scientific literatures reviews, drafting reports, and writing scientific communications. ADDF internships are unpaid positions, but candidates may receive credit by prior arrangement with their college or university. We are seeking eager individuals with a background in science or communications. Please send a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.