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  • Welcome to We hope you sign in and become a cure-runner. is dedicated to raising awareness for Alzheimer's research and care

    Cure-Run is a team of runners that participate in races all around the country. We run/jog/walk for a common goal of raising awareness for Alzheimer's Research and Care. Our main event that the team will be participating in this year is the Gasparilla Distance Classic 5K.

  • To register, please visit the official Gasparilla Classic site at Once registered, please email Shani Jefferson, Director of Communications & Marketing at with contact information and shirt size for your Cure Run t-shirt. Runners will meet at the Publix on 243 Bayshore Blvd. (at Platt St) prior to the race.

  • How do I get involved?

    You can help in several ways:


    ·       Make a contribution on behalf of a runner or in memory or honor of a loved one

    ·       Come out on race day and cheer the Cure Run group on

    ·       Attend a tour of the Institute

    ·       Join the fight against Alzheimer’s


    Gifts may be made securely online by visiting Please make checks payable to: USF Foundation, Inc.


    For more information about how you may help support the important work being done, please contact Holly Lisle, Director of Development at 813-974-0890.



Our Mission
  • started with a college kid eager to make a change. Its purpose is to raise awareness for Alzheimer's research and to give a positive outlook back to the community. We believe that there are "no excuses" and live openly to that motto. We run for friends, family, and ourselves. Each stride is a new step toward a better life. We run for hope.




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Special Thanks To Our 2012 Sponsors!


What is Alzheimer's??? Minimize
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, an illness with progressive loss in memory, thinking, behavior, and function. Advancing age is the biggest risk factor, though it is not a normal part of aging. There are over 5 million Americans with the disease now, and that number is expected to dramatically increase. At the present time, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but treatment of symptoms is available. Researchers continue to work on early identification of the illness as well as a cure. Chances are, you know someone who has been affected by this disease.

The USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute is the largest free-standing facility in the country dedicated to Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. 
With a state-of-the-art building and a highly qualified team of researchers, doctors, clinicians and educators, the Institute is at the forefront of Alzheimer's research and care, and is right here in our backyard. As the Institute says, we will continue to Cure-Run “until Alzheimer’s is a memory!”


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