The TGen Women’s Philanthropy Council shapes 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.
TGen Women’s Philanthropy Council (WPC) aims to provide members with value and meaning through collective learning and action.
Through this empowering and engaging program, council members expand their personal understanding of precision medicine and how it can influence health outcomes for themselves and their loved ones.
Members form 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.
Your minimum annual investment of $2,000 supports innovative research in search of early detection and more effective treatments for complex diseases like cancer, neurological disorders, rare childhood disorders, infectious diseases, and diabetes and fibrotic diseases. Each year, members vote to fund one of several promising research projects
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What does cancer prevention mean? Looking beyond family history, how can we leverage genetic information, personal risk and lifestyle indicators, digital therapeutics, and data integration to develop personalized disease screening and prevention strategies?
Presented by Dr. Laura Goetz
As globalization brings us closer together, how can we address human health threats like disease outbreaks, antibiotic resistance, hospital-acquired infections, microbial evolution, emerging infections, and biological weapons?You will also hear an exclusive update on how TGen is responding to the global health threat posed by the novel strain of coronavirus, lessons being learned and what we are doing to prepare for future outbreaks.
Presented by Dr. David Engelthaler
Do immunotherapies live up to the hype? Why do they work in some cancer types and not others? Can they work in other diseases? What promise do they hold for the future of disease management?
Presented by Dr. John Altin
Please join us as we celebrate another year and announce the 2020 recipient of the TGen Women's Philanthropy Council Grant.
Presented by WPC Council
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