You. Supporting Scientific Discovery.
We have all been touched by disease. A father lost to cancer, or a mother to Alzheimer’s. A sister scarred by breast cancer, or a friend living with heart disease. A child diagnosed with autism. In these moments our thoughts of genomes, stem cells, and DNA are fleeting at most. We are consumed in giving comfort, trying to restore order, or grieving. We are looking for answers to questions like, “Why did this happen?”, “What is next?”, and, “Will they survive this?”
At Coriell, we are also asking these questions. The answers, we believe, are there – coded – in our genome, in our stem cells, in our DNA. We are relentless in our investigation to crack those codes to understand why and how disease happens. We do it so our children and our grandchildren will not lose their father to cancer, their mother to Alzheimer’s, their children to autism.
Please join us. Let’s find answers together.
Your Support In Action
While Coriell is fortunate to be engaged in federally- and state-funded grants and contracts, many of Coriell’s initiatives and programs are so cutting edge that they rely on private philanthropy. [ Learn More ]
Your direct gift today is extraordinarily helpful because it can be put to work immediately. Outright gifts may include cash, securities, real estate, or other liquid assets. [ Learn More ]
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