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View CTF Presentation at Partnering for Cures – ‘Innovative’ Neurofibromatosis Preclinical Consortium

By December 17, 2010December 5th, 2023Awareness

Following a competitive application process, CTF was selected for the second year in a row to deliver an ‘Innovator’ presentation at the 2010 Partnering for Cures Meeting  – the second annual meeting organized by the Milken Institute to bring together medical research leaders and decision-makers, innovators, and advocates from across sectors, to find workable solutions that will expedite the medical research and development process. Over 800 attendees participated including incoming CTF President  George Orfanakos, who met personally with Milken Institute founder, Michael Milken, to share CTF’s goals and programs; and CTF Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Kim Hunter-Schaedle, who presented ‘The Neurofibromatosis Preclinical Consortium’ as an example of an innovative collaboration between foundations, universities and industry.  The Foundation also met one-on-one with a number of potential partners from the investment, biotech and private sectors. A video of the presentation along with the slides can be viewed here: