12 February 2015
Biotech Game-Changers Meet to Promote Earlier Access to Lifesaving Medicines for Critically Ill Patients
New York, NY February 12, 2015 – Center for Medicine in the Public Interest says a new alliance supporting accelerated access to life saving medicines, will bring together patients, physicians and pioneers in cancer research, for a meeting in New York City February 18th and the screening of a documentary ...
24 October 2014
Marathon runner and cancer survivor Don Right to take part in inaugural Closing the Gap Now symposium
Minnesota native Don Wright, who has completed 84 marathons in the last 11 years – all of them with multiple myeloma – will be a featured participant...
8 October 2014
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and the American Cancer Society to build Hope Lodge in Jacksonville
The family foundation of Best Buy’s founder has donated $9.6 million to...
21 August 2014
Research finds key piece to cancer cell survival puzzle
The research of an international team led by Eric Hendrickson, Ph.D., Genetic Mechanisms of Cancer Program, and Duncan Baird of Cardiff...
21 July 2014
New grant helps connect moms of children with cancer
Children’s Cancer Research Fund is proud to award a grant of $10,000 to Momcology, a medical and social support community for mothers and...
The Closing the Gap Between Hope and Cures For Cancer Patients symposium is a joint presentation of the Children's Cancer Research Fund and the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation.
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University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center Advisory Board
Ph.D., Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
MD Columbia University Department of Systems Biology
John K. Holland
Sr. Vice President for Research, Clinical Trials Division, AMC Health
M.D., Chairman, Celgene Cellular Therapeutics and Co-Founder, Human Longevity, Inc.
Ph.D., Director, Computational Genetics, J. Craig Venter Institute
PhD, MD, Institute for Systems Biology; Chair, Elizabeth Kauffman Institute (TMed)
Ph.D., CEO, GNS Healthcare
PhD, President, Institute for Systems Biology; Co-Founder, T-Med
Founder and President of Enspektos, LLC