Peak Serum Proudly Supports Research
Cares for Cures is an initiative by Peak Serum to support cutting edge research to help eliminate disease or treat illness. With this initiative, a biological research lab is selected to receive a Fetal Bovine Serum donation from Peak Serum.
“Our mission with Peak Serum’s Cares for Cures program is to give back to the research community that continues to support Peak Serum,” said Tom Kutrubes, President and CEO of Peak Serum, Inc. “It is my belief that it is our responsibility as a company to go the extra mile in supporting research initiatives that can change the world.”
BIOLABS MEMBERS are invited to APPLY FOR FREE FBS FOR A YEAR
This year, Peak Serum has partnered with BioLabs – a national, membership-based network of shared lab and office facilities located in key biotech innovation clusters – for the Cares for Cures program. Labs of any size who are members of BioLabs are invited and encouraged to apply for free FBS for a year. 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 in December 2020:
meet our PAST Cares for Cures Recipients
Dr. Julie Moreno – 2019
Supporting the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology at CSU, Dr. Julie Moreno and the CSU Prion Research team was the third recipient of the Cares for Cures Grant in 2019. Their research will test a variety of cell sources that are easily accessible, non-tumorigenic, and will eliminate ethical concerns making for a novel, translatable neuronal replacement therapy for any neurodegenerative disease.
Dr. Russell Pachynski – 2018
From the Department of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Russell Pachynski was the second recipient of the Cares for Cures Grant in 2018. His groundbreaking research is very unique and encompasses both clinical (prostate) and laboratory (leukocyte) research.
Dr. Wendy Huang – 2017
Dr. Wendy Huang of the UC San Diego School of Medicine was awarded the first Cares for Cures Grant in 2017. Her team’s research impacts inflammatory bowel conditions, breast, prostate, and intestinal cancers, and other inflammation-related diseases.