NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
As a physician, professor, and renowned speaker across the country, Richard W. Lindsay, M.D. brings a vast knowledge in aging and caregiving issues to the Lindsay Institute for Innovations in Caregiving by serving as a Project Consultant. He is Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine and Family Medicine at the UVA Health Sciences Center and is founder and former Head of the Division of Geriatric Medicine at UVA. He was one of the first seven academic awardees by the National Institute of Aging. Dr. Lindsay served as President of the American Geriatric Society and then Chairman of its Board, is an appointed member of the Commonwealth Council on Aging, and serves on the Board of Directors of a host of other health and aging-related organizations. Additionally, he has had the honor of representing the state of Virginia at three White House Conferences on Aging.