Did you ever wonder what treasures lie in the basements or attics of celebrated architects and designers like Richard Meier, Charlotte Moss, and Jaquelin Taylor Robertson? And, what would happen if all of those things were put together into a single tag sale - a sale in which every item came from the stock of a well-known architect or designer?
The Eastman family hosted an outreach cocktail reception for NYSCF in East Hampton, NY.
Susan Solomon, JD, NYSCF's Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Eggan, PhD, NYSCF's Chief Scientific Officer and Dieter Egli, PhD, a NYSCF Postdoctoral Fellow, gave an update on the latest developments in stem cell research.
Chuck Close, NYSCF Board Member and Leadership Council Member, and Dorothy Lichtenstein, NYSCF Leadership Council Member, hosted NYSCF's spring evening of art and science. Dr. Kevin Eggan, PhD, NYSCF's Chief Scientific Officer, provided an update on the latest developments in stem cell research. Close led a special preview tour of his exhibition at the PaceWildenstein Gallery.
On Tuesday, January 27th, Dr. Harold Varmus hosted a panel discussion on the future of stem cell research under the new Obama administration.
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At an evening to benefit the Brooke Ellison Project, Susan L. Solomon was honored for her dedication to stem cell research.
The New York Stem Cell Foundation hosted its inaugural Architect and Designer Tag Sale. Each item came from the home of a prominent East End architect or designer. All of these gently used items were donated to benefit NYSCF's program of helping to accelerate the most advanced stem cell research.