Bruce and Jolene McCaw Foundation
In December of 2000, the Chamberlain
lab relocated from Michigan to Washington State with the help and support of the
McCaw Foundation. The Foundation had contributed to the funding of the research
at the University of Michigan Medical School and was instrumental in this move,
which provided much-needed additional space and proximity to some of the great
minds in muscular dystrophy research as well as premier treatment facilities in
the Seattle area.
We would like to thank the McCaws for all of their
support and for making it possible for us to join the University of Washington's
School of Medicine here in Seattle. It has been a challenging and satisfying endeavor
moving from the University of Michigan's Medical School to Seattle, and has proven
to be a wonderful opportunity to improve our facilities and expand our collaborations
with many exemplary researchers working on muscular dystrophy in the areas of
neurology, hematology, and genetics. We sincerely appreciate all that you have
done for us and hope that we will be able to manifest that appreciation into advancements
in the treatment of muscular dystrophy and ultimately a cure.
our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude until we may better repay your generosity.
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