There are certain moments in human history when barriers fall, and our wildest dreams become our greatest ideas, if we dare to believe in them. That’s happening right now at ISCRM, where breakthrough discoveries are pushing the boundaries of medicine, tearing down the wall between what is and what can be.
Forward steps happen in medicine every day. Forward steps for mankind do not. We believe stem cell and regenerative medicine represents a great leap forward in the human experience – the kind that may happen once in a lifetime. Today, we ask you to believe with us. We are going to end the human and economic torment of chronic disease. Don’t miss this moment. Let’s dare to defy disease together.
You don’t have to be a scientist to change the way we think about chronic disease. The spirit of collaboration – of uniting different backgrounds, skillsets, mindsets, and perspectives – is encoded in the ISCRM DNA. Here are three ways you can march with us toward a future we once dared only imagine.
Committee members are essential to the financial and strategic future of ISCRM. This community of bold, compassionate leaders shares a passion for science and medicine, while bringing a diverse array of professional expertise and personal experiences. The reward for your generosity? An up close look at the groundbreaking work happening at ISCRM and the satisfaction of knowing you’ll be an integral part of a landmark moment in medicine. Meet our committee members here.
Investing in the career of a young scientist is a powerful way to leverage a contribution into a far-reaching impact. In just the last two years, donor-funded awards have enabled multiple ISCRM faculty members to pursue promising research projects that resulted in major NIH grants, ensuring the financial sustainability they need to fuel further medical breakthroughs.
Right now ISCRM scientists and researchers are discovering new treatments for chronic diseases impacting nearly every organ and system in the human body, including heart disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, kidney disease, and cancer. If you have a specific passion, you can direct a contribution toward any one of these disease areas, and we’ll share updates and stories from the lab or labs benefiting from your generosity.
To learn more about joining our committee, supporting a young scientist, or contributing to a specific disease are, please email Jeannie Stuyvesant, Senior Director, UW Medicine Advancement by email or phone.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / phone: (206) 543-7252
If you want to make a gift to support all of the work at ISCRM, please click here to donate online today.