Cares for Cures

 

 

 Peak Serum Proudly Supports Research

Cares for CuresEveryone wins when we support research to cure diseases. Peak Serum is proud to announce the launch of Cares for Cures, an initiative that aims to provide Fetal Bovine Serum product donations to research labs working to cure diseases worldwide. 

Research labs and organizations are encouraged to apply for donations through the form below and Peak Serum has committed to selecting at least one beneficiary in 2017.

Cares For Cures is proud to announce that it has made its first donation of Fetal Bovine Serum to support innovative research in the biotechnology field, Dr.Wendy Huang of the UC San Diego School of Medicine.

PEAK SERUM SUPPORTS CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCH

Summer 2017 Recipients

Cares For Cures is proud to announce that it has made its first donation of Fetal Bovine Serum to support innovative research in the biotechnology field, Dr.Wendy Huang of the UC San Diego School of Medicine.

Dr. Huang’s team is examining the link between DDX proteins, their ability to modify RNA structures and their link between inflammation and cancers. While still in the initial research stage, Wendy’s research may have impacts on treatment including:

• Inflammatory bowel conditions including Crohn’s disease
• Breast, prostate and intestinal cancers
• Other inflammation-related diseases

Peak Serum will continue to provide donations of FBS to researchers as an ongoing part of its Cares For Cures program.

Apply for Support from Cares for Cures

Is your organization performing cutting edge research to help eliminate disease or treat illness? Do you want to supplement your grant funding with product donations of Peak Serum’s quality Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS)?

Peak Serum is proud to support research of all directions and scope. All requests will be considered on the basis of their research potential.

Fill out the following form for consideration, donation recipients will be notified by email. 

  • Approximately how many 500 mL bottles per year does your research use?