About Representative Alliegro
Dr. Alliegro earned his B.S. in Biology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, his Ph.D. in Cell Biology from State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine, and conducted his postdoctoral studies at Duke University. His professional resume includes experience as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation and service on a number of review panels for both the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health. Dr. Alliegro has published dozens of research articles in top, peer-reviewed scientific journals. After 30-plus years as a scientist and educator, he retired from academic science in 2015 as a Senior Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, and Professor of Cell & Molecular Biology at Brown University.
His community service, of which he is proud, includes stints as a volunteer fireman, hospice volunteer, elected Town Meeting member (Falmouth, MA), and PTA President. In 2000, Mark was named School Volunteer of the Year by the Association of Professional Educators, Louisiana. He applies his training as an objective observer and methodical problem solver to the challenges faced by citizens in New Hampshire and across this great country.
Mark and his wife of 41 years, Mary Anne, have two daughters — Nicole, the proprietor of her own fitness business, and Kelly, a Navy veteran now working in the private aviation sector. Carpentry is a favorite pastime.
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