Dr. Anne Carol Goldberg is being recognized for her many contributions to the Foundation of the National Lipid Association (NLA) as the Foundation names an award after her. The Foundation of the NLA will institute an annual award named the Anne Carol Goldberg Foundation of the NLA Founder’s Award to honor a supporter or leader of the Foundation of the NLA that has exhibited generosity, commitment, and excellence in serving of the organization.
Dr. Goldberg is currently serving as the Chief Science Officer for the National Lipid Association. Also, she served as President of the National Lipid Association from 2007 to 2008.
The Foundation of the National Lipid Association is an organization formed in 2008 to serve as a patient education organization in the field of clinical lipidology. The Foundation is focused on providing education, advocacy, and resources to help patients and their families manage and overcome lipid-related health problems that may put them at risk for a heart attack or stroke. The Foundation aims to translate scientific and medical progress into effective evidence-based guidance for optimal patient care.
James A. Underberg, MD, the Vice-President of the Foundation of the NLA, stated about Dr. Goldberg, “Since 2008, your commitment to the Foundation’s mission to educate and serve patients and caregivers surviving with and managing lipid disorders is unparalleled and an inspiration to us all. Those of us lucky enough to work alongside you know you as a supreme teacher, a steadfastly principled leader, and most importantly, a good friend.”