Opening the doors of the Moross Integrated Cancer Center
The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Moross Integrated Cancer Center
The Moross Integrated Cancer Center was inaugurated in its new home, the Ullmann Building for Life Sciences, in the presence of philanthropic supporters of its key research pillars. The event took place on November 13.
Mandy Moross was honored the previous day for his establishment of the flagship project, and the following donors were honored at the November 13 ceremony:
Eric Stupp representing the Swiss Society for the Weizmann Institute of Science, founders of the Swiss Society Institute for Cancer, founders of the Swiss Society Institute for Cancer Prevention Research.
Bob and Renée Drake, founders of the EKARD Institute for Cancer Diagnosis Research.
Julian Dwek and members of the Dwek family, founders of the Dwek Institute for Cancer Therapy Research.
Michael de Picciotto, founder of the de Picciotto-Lesser Cancer Cell Observatory in Memory of Wolfgang and Ruth Lesser.
Mario Fleck, President of the Brazilian Friends of the Weizmann Institute, founders of the Weizmann-Brazil Tumor Bank.
David Teplow, former President of the American Committee, representing the Kleinman Cell-Sorting Facility.
The Moross Integrated Cancer Center works to unravel the complexity of cancer by harnessing the power of basic research to facilitate translation into the clinical arena in the quest for cancer prevention, early diagnosis, and ultimately, a cure.