Washington University School of Medicine Receives Fetal Bovine Serum Donation from Peak Serum, Inc.
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Peak Serum, Inc. is proud to announce its 2018 Cares for Cures Grant recipient, Russell Pachynski of the Washington University School of Medicine.
The Cares for Cures Grant was born from Peak Serum’s mission to support research to cure diseases through the donation of Fetal Bovine Serum. Research labs and organizations are encouraged to apply for donations of Fetal Bovine Serum through the Peak Serum website and grants are given each fiscal year.
Pachynski, Assistant Professor at Washington University School of Medicine, is the second recipient of the Cares for Cures Grant. His team focuses broadly on the leukocyte migration (or trafficking) in the setting of tumor immunology. “My lab is thrilled to continue our research with the help of Peak Serum’s Cares for Cures Grant,” said Pachynski. “We are so thankful for the support of our research efforts to make breakthroughs each and every day.”
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“Dr. Pachynski’s lab is the epitome of what the Cares for Cures Grant stands for. This grant aids, acknowledges and encourages researchers to make strides to fight diseases,” said Tom Kutrubes, Peak Serum President and CEO. “We are proud to be able to assist this research lab and continue motivating labs worldwide to carry out cutting-edge research.”
Peak Serum launched Cares for Cures in 2017 and that same year awarded Dr. Wendy Huang of the UC San Diego School of Medicine for her work in examining the link between DDX proteins, their ability to modify RNA structures and their link between inflammation and cancers.
Learn more about Peak Serum’s Cares for Cures Grant.