The Tina’s Wish 6th Annual Benefit Dinner raised over $1.2M, honored Marcia Goldstein of Weil Gotshal & Manges with the Tina Brozman mentoring award and announced the Rita M. Kirpalani Memorial Consortium Grant for Ovarian Cancer Research.
Dr. Dan Heller, Memorial Sloan Kettering researcher, with Junior Committee Event Co-Chairs Katherine Dobson & Samantha Braunstein. On Monday, August 11th, 150 young professionals came together to raise funds for the Foundation's grants.
Tina’s Wish Women’s Committee Inaugural Event attended by over 150 women raises $40,000 for the early detection and prevention of ovarian cancer.
The Tina Brozman Ovarian Cancer Research Consortium brings together scientists from five leading medical institutions to advance research into the early detection and prevention of ovarian cancer.
The Honorable Tina Brozman Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research (Tina’s Wish) was established in 2008 by Tina’s husband, Andrew, and some of Tina’s closest friends to fund research that will help save women through an effective screen for ovarian cancer, and to honor her memory as a teacher, mentor and leader.
Help us make Tina’s wish come true: Donate today to help fund promising research aimed at prevention & finding an early screen for ovarian cancer.
The 6th Annual Tina’s Wish Benefit Dinner on September 22nd raised over $1.2 Million to help find an effective screen for ovarian cancer. Click here to view pictures >
Tina’s Wish has provided funding to The University of Pennsylvania’s Ovarian Cancer Center, The Yale School of Medicine/Yale Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.