The Ninth Annual Gala began with an inside look at the NYSCF laboratory at the NYSCF Science Fair, designed by David Rockwell. Anne & Vincent Mai, Sabrina Bertucci, and Rich Rundle were honored as 2014’s Stem Cell Heroes. Richard Parsons, Senior Advisor for Providence Equity Partners, Inc., gave the Welcome Remarks for the evening.
Three years ago, Rich Rundle joined the NYSCF Junior Leadership Council after his brother was diagnosed with an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis (MS). If he has learned one thing from his brother, it is that hope matters. NYSCF provides his brother with the hope to stay strong in his fight against MS. Every day, his family, his friends, and the NYSCF scientists working tirelessly to find cures all empower him to keep fighting.
For its annual public panel, the NYSCF Research Institute brought together leading stem cell scientists and other experts to explain how stem cell research will help find new treatments for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. This year’s panel was moderated by Zach Hall, PhD, Board Member, The New York Stem Cell Foundation, and Former Director, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The NYSCF Junior Leadership Council hosted its annual cocktail reception on Thursday, February 27th at Mister H, in the Mondrian SoHo. Guests had the opportunity to learn about NYSCF's cutting-edge stem cell research and meet the scientists who are using stem cells to find better treatments and cures for many diseases that affect us all; including Alzheimer’s, diabetes, MS, Parkinson’s, Autism, heart disease, cancer, schizophrenia, and more.
The Eighth Annual New York Stem Cell Foundation Gala began with an inside look at the NYSCF laboratory at the annual NYSCF Science Fair, designed by David Rockwell. Shirley Cook, CEO of Proenza Schouler and Richard Kaplan of The J.M. Kaplan Fund were honored as 2013’s Stem Cell Heroes. David Alan Grier was the master of ceremonies for the evening.
The New York Stem Cell Foundation Research Institute held its 1st Annual Spring Benefit, on Thursday, June 20, 2013, for a night of engaging conversations of art and science followed by a cocktail reception and casual dinner.
The New York Stem Cell Foundation Research Institute convened a panel of engaging scientists and artists to discuss the “creativity overlap” in the worlds of art and science, including the nature of genius in both spheres, the abstract thinking that drives innovative science, and the discipline needed to create art. Paul Goldberger of Vanity Fair moderated.
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The Global Stem Cell Consortium, funded by the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, is an international effort to derive Alzheimer's disease models from patients' skin samples through stem cell techniques to better understand and, ultimately, find a cure for this devestating disease. Capitalizing on the NYSCF Global Stem Cell Array, the group will produce and bank standardized stem cell lines as a resource for the scientific community.
On February 13th, 2013, The NYSCF Junior Leadership Council hosted a cocktail reception at Soho House to raise funds for the NYSCF Laboratory. Guests had the opportunity to learn about NYSCF's cutting-edge stem cell research and meet the scientists working to find better treatments and cures for diseases such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, macular degeneration, ALS, autism and spinal cord injury.
To learn more about the NYSCF Junior Leadership Council, please visit here.
The NYSCF Seventh Annual Translational Conference was held on October 10-11, 2012 at The Rockefeller University in New York City. Stem cell researchers, clinicians, postdocs, advocates, and students were in attendance. The two day event focused on translational stem cell research, which holds the potential to advance cures for the major diseases of our time.