Fueling the Future of Medicine

The TGen Women’s Philanthropy Council is committed to advancing TGen’s research by harnessing the power of our unified influence, energy and resources. Our mission is to fuel philanthropic investment in ground-breaking scientific discoveries and the acceleration of these discoveries into the clinic, to improve patient outcomes and save lives.

HOW WE MAKE IT HAPPEN
The TGen Women’s Philanthropy Council aims to provide members with value and meaning through collective learning and action. 

Throughout the year, council members expand their personal knowledge and proficiency in precision medicine across a broad spectrum of diseases and disorders. The council provides a platform for members to build friendships and dynamic relationships with a diverse group of like-minded women and TGen’s scientific community - helping to bridge the gap between science, medicine and our community. Furthermore, council members help shape the future of medicine by funding ground-breaking scientific discoveries and the acceleration of these discoveries into the clinic, to improve patient outcomes and save lives.

IMPACT
Your minimum annual investment of $2,000 goes into a pool of funds for maximum impact. Members select TGen programs or projects to fund through an annual voting process. Funds will not be awarded the inaugural year as we build out membership.

LEADERSHIP



Vicki Vaughn & Robyn DeBell
Founding Co-Chairs

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2019 PROGRAM SCHEDULE
There are several opportunities throughout the year for members to host and attend educational sessions in a private and intimate environment that encourages meaningful learning and interaction.

Inaugural Living Room Social—Open to Non-Members
February 21, 2019
4:00 p.m - 6:30 p.m.


Arizona Country Club
5668 E Orange Blossom Ln
Phoenix, AZ 85018

Aging and Longevity - What is the genetic process of aging, and can we manipulate that process to help us age healthier and live longer? 
Presented by Dr. Nicholas Schork

 
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Living Room Social
April 18, 2019
4:00 p.m - 6:30 p.m.
Exploring the Human Microbiome - How do the trillions of microscopic inhabitants on our bodies influence health and disease?
Presented by Dr. Sarah Highlander



Scientific Seminar
May 23, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Genomics 101 – From cell structure to genomic sequencing – learn how TGen uses DNA to understand how disease starts, progresses and evades treatment… and how to beat it. Get ready for some hands-on activities!



Living Room Social
September 26, 2019
4:00 p.m - 6:30 p.m.
SuperAgers – Do some genetically lucky 80 year-olds hold the key to enhanced cognition, and resistance to Alzheimer’s disease for the rest of us?
Presented by Dr. Matt Huentelman




Contact Information

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Nadia Rivera
Vice President of Development, Cancer Programs
TGen Foundation

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