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About Pedaling for Parkinson's

Cathy Frazier, Vice President, Pedaling for Parkinsons

Cathy Frazier, Vice President

Cathy Frazier is the managing partner of Frazier Cycling Inc., a cycling coaching and fitness company specializing in kids cycling. She is the owner of Frazier Marketing & Graphic Design, Inc., a corporate identity firm, www.fraziermarketing.net . Her company works with businesses to create and promote a consistent corporate image. Ms. Frazier’s technology background includes 12 years of development, marketing and management in retail software development. She has also managed an advanced development technology start-up company. She is an experienced sales trainer, working with professional services business owners. Ms. Frazier is the editor of the quarterly National Association of Women Business Owners publication “NAWBO Atlanta Works” and has served on its board as Director of Marketing. She has degrees from Ohio University and Ohio State University and completed post-graduate work at Capital University. She is a member of the Frazier Cycling Partners, is married to Ralph Frazier and has three children.
Jay L Alberts, President, Pedaling for Parkinsons

Jay L Alberts, Ph.D., President

Jay Alberts is a native of Sanborn, Iowa and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science from Iowa State University in 1994. He completed his neuroscience doctoral training in 2000 at Arizona State University where he worked under Drs. George E. Stelmach and James R. Bloedel in his studies investigating the effects of Parkinson’s disease on motor performance and learning.

Dr. Alberts is currently an Assistant Staff in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, within the Lerner Research Institute and the Center for Neurological Restoration , Cleveland Clinic , in Cleveland, OH. For more information on his research visit: http://www.lerner.ccf.org/bme/alberts/ . He has more than 25 peer-reviewed scientific publications in journals such as Brain, Experimental Brain Research and other prominent medical journals. Dr. Alberts serves as a reviewer for a number of scientific journals and funding agencies and his professional affiliations include, American Academy of Neurology, Society of Neuroscience and International Graphonomics Society. Dr. Alberts has had continual extramural funding for his research since 1997 in the form of grants from the National Institutes of Health, American Parkinson’s disease Association and Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation.

Dr. Alberts is married to Janelle and they have two children. Dr. Alberts and his wife are tandem enthusiasts.