TR Supports Community Action in Biotech
Timmerman Report is a trusted, independent source of biotech analysis and insight. But it’s more than that. It’s a network of smart and driven people who think about the biggest challenges in the biopharmaceutical industry and society.
Since 2017, I’ve sought to activate and mobilize this group toward good causes.
Life Science Cares is a nonprofit that mobilizes the Boston biotech community to help the most vulnerable people in the community. The model is working in Boston and Philadelphia, and can be extended to other biotech hubs.
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a first-rate biomedical research center in my hometown of Seattle. Biotech is built on a bedrock of science at great institutions like Fred Hutch. Investing in basic research today will pay dividends for decades to come.
See below how you can help.
TR Proudly Supports:
With so much uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear. The most vulnerable among us—the homeless, those living in poverty, and students—are being hit the hardest. The LSC COVID-19 Response Fund will support organizations that provide our vulnerable neighbors with food, shelter, medical care, educational access and other critical needs caused by this unprecedented outbreak.
Fred Hutch scientists started tracking and forecasting the spread of the disease weeks before Seattle became the first US city to face an outbreak. Now, Fred Hutch is working with neighbors and collaborators like Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, the University of Washington, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation — and with partners around the world — to expand knowledge about the virus and find ways to prevent and treat COVID-19. This kind of creative, forward-thinking work needs support from creative, forward-thinking philanthropists like you. It saves lives.