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“Without a doubt these exceptional high school students, regardless of socioeconomic backgrounds, are ready and can succeed at our program.”
“It was a really incredible opportunity, plus I had a desire to go into a more biology related field. I don’t think you could find such a great opportunity elsewhere.”
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Why Support Pathways to Stem Cell Science?
Stem cell research and regenerative medicine offer unparalleled prospects for treating human diseases and saving billions of dollars in health care costs. As we stand on the threshold of a revolution destined to transform the practice of medicine, the enormous task of translating stem cells into medical cures will not only take decades of research but also the brightest minds in biomedical science. Currently, very few educational programs focus on stem cell biology and regenerative medicine or provide the high-quality, hands-on training needed to create stem cell scientists. In addition, socioeconomic constraints still define who goes on to be a stem cell researcher, limiting diversity and progress within the field. In particular, underserved men and women of Latino, African American and Pacific Islander heritage rarely purse a four-year science degree or a professional science career. Without creative insight and intellectual contributions from all genders and ethnicities, medical progress will continue to be hindered.
Pathways to Stem Cell Science is a unique organization dedicated to ensuring the scientists who will lead humanity to stem cell cures are well-trained from a young age and comprise the finest minds from all cultural and racial backgrounds. We provide opportunities for gifted scientists to gain hands-on training with human stem cells and a stepping stone for young students to pursue higher education at a four-year college. Each year we receive applications from many gifted students and scientists with a passion for science who lack the opportunity to put their talents to use due to financial constraints. The donations we receive are used to create scholarships for the nation's brightest minds to participate in cutting-edge science education. By helping students from underrepresented radical groups gain a strong start toward a professional science career, Pathways to Stem Cell Science powers the future of applied stem cell research. As a small streamlined organization we ensure all donations are used to directly support students, not administrative overheads. Donate today to launch the career of a talented student and contribute to ground breaking research. Your generosity will not only change the lives of L.A.'s inner city youth and local communities but also create a better world for the future.
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Jeffrey and Johanna Gunter
Founding donors, Jeffrey Gunter (MD) and Johanna, generously provided nine scholarships for students to attend the EiHS Research Internship Program. The Gunter family also help with outreach and fundraising. Pathways to Stem Cell Science would not be possible without their unwaivering support. Thank you for your kindness!
Harry and Sandy Zimmerman
The Zimmerman family have made their mark on the world in many ways. Their contribution of five scholarships to the EiHS Research Internship Program has shaped the future of stem cell research and will always stand testament to their generosity and positive influence on the world. Thank you for your support!
Edit and Edward Komberg
Through their generosity and kindness Dr. Edward and Edit Komberg have touched the inner city by donating scholarships for disadvantaged youth to attend the EiHS Research Internship Program.
Thank you for your support!
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