Tissenbaum, Keaney enthrall Hudson Hoagland Society
HHS Annual Meeting celebrates science, philanthropy
At the 28th Annual Meeting of the Hudson Hoagland Society, celebrating science was on the top of the agenda. Thoru Pederson, PhD, the Vitold Arnett Professor of Cell Biology and professor of biochemistry & molecular pharmacology, welcomed the audience by pointing out the concrete value of their philanthropic support to UMass Medical School researchers, including newly-named Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator Marc Freeman, PhD, who was a Worcester Foundation grant recipient in 2005. Story continues.
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Eileen Berman focused on the power of philanthropy
Eileen Berman, PhD, and her husband, Stanley Berman, made quite a team. When they talked about what they wanted to accomplish for their family and for others, it was easy to feel inspired—their strongest desire was to make a difference. And make a difference they did, particularly in their beloved Worcester at the academic health sciences system comprising UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Medical Center. Read the full story.
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