Dr. Ted K.S. Ng is an adjunct Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. He is a translational gerontologist and neuroscientist and utilizes interdisciplinary and multi-level bio-psycho-social measures and methods. His research program examines 1) modifiable risk factors, i.e., biomarkers and loneliness/social isolation, for Alzheimer’s disease and Related Dementia (ADRD) in at-risk older adults, 2) non-pharmacological interventions (NPIs) to improve cognition and well-being in at-risk older adults. He has a broad appreciation for and understanding of multiple research areas relevant to aging and AD/ADRD and established expertise in NPIs focusing on AD/ADRD prevention in minority older adults. As a first-generation college and PhD graduate born and raised in a low-SES family in a developing Asian country (Malaysia), he is committed to developing the next generation of aging and AD/ADRD scientists.