Wednesday July 11, was Advocacy Day for us here at the Meso Foundation. In a later blogpost, you’ll hear me refer to this Wednesday before our 2012 Symposium as Virtual Advocacy Day but for those of us meeting (some of us, for the first time) on the Hill, it was Advocacy Day. Period. While we […]
Before we know it, the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation’s 2012 Symposium will be happening. Some of you may be joining us online (and welcome aboard — make sure you have your questions ready for the asking!), but for those of you making the trip to the Nation’s Capital, maybe you will want to plan an […]
At the Meso Foundation’s annual symposium — this year, happening July 12-13 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC — individuals are honored for superlative service to the community, ranging from volunteer efforts to advancement in research. The Bruce Vento Hope Builder Award recognizes an individual or organization advocating for change on a national and […]
At the Meso Foundation’s annual Symposium — this year, happening July 12-13 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC — individuals are bestowed honors for superlative service to the community, ranging from volunteer efforts to advancement in research. The Pioneer Award was designed to support individual scientists and clinicians of exceptional creativity who propose pioneering […]
Last week I had the distinct pleasure of attending here in Washington D.C. the International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Conference, a one-day event calling together physicians, scientists and researchers to announce their partnership with Mt. Sinai Medical Center in establishing a tissue bank (Insulators Tissue Bank or ITB).
Representing the Meso […]