Today's Discoveries, Tomorrow's Cures
The Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease exists to bring discovery, knowledge, and effective treatments to patients with illnesses that are caused by acquired dysregulation of both the immune system and the nervous system, often resulting in life long disease and disability.
Boots and Black Tie Discovery Gala 2015
WPI's annual fundraiser was a great success as hundreds attended the Discovery Gala in support of the institute's research program. Together we celebrated the past year of WPI accomplishments and looked forward to the exciting year ahead.
Our guests enjoyed another fabulous silent auction, country entertainment from Buck Ford and the Pure County Band, and a delicious meal. Dr. Iain Buxton, Chair of Pharmacology for the University of Nevada School of Medicine, was WPI's guest speaker and focused his talk on the importance of research and medical discovery. The crowd was in awe during his entertaining and enlightening discourse on the importance of the discovery of insulin and showed their appreciation with a standing ovation.
WPI would like to thank all of the many friends who donated to the evening and especially recognize our gala sponsors: NV Energy, Davidson Institute for Talent Development, R&R Partners, Whittemore Gaming Group, Peter Echeverria Family Limited Partnership, Whittemore Family Foundation, Southern Wine and Spirits, Barrick, Gill Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Group, Bowen Hall, Draper Strategies & Communications, Cream, Nevada Newsmakers, The Ferraro Group, The Ghusn Family, Judy’s Kidz Klub, and Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.
Annette Whittemore speaking at the Institute of Medicine ME/CFS Meeting -May 5th, 2014
Dr. Kenny De Meirleir Web Seminars
These web seminars are part of the project titled Wetenschap voor Patienten, or in English, Science for Patients. This project is a collaboration between Science Alliance and Dutch ME/cvs Vereniging (www.me-cvsvereniging.nl). There are 20 web seminars with Dr. Kenny De Meirleir. Other ME/CFS scientists will follow.
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