2021 #ThanksResearch Virtual Gala
#ThanksRESEARCH Virtual GALA
september 23, 2021 @ 6pm
Join us virtually as we celebrate the contributions that biomedical researchers in the Northwest have made towards ending the Coronavirus pandemic. Northwest researchers have been involved in basic and epidemiological research, creating treatments, and developing and trialing vaccines.
By some metrics about one third of the biomedical research effort in the United States has pivoted to allow a focus on the pandemic.
The 2021 Gala is a celebration of research, of Northwest research institutions, and of the researchers who are the primary hope for return to some form of normalcy.
REGISTRATION FOR GALA
You can register for the Gala by using the following link: REGISTER HERE
The registration fee for the Gala is $30 per person. Note: as this event is virtual each family only needs to register once as multiple people can view the event from one location. Following registration, you will receive a confirmation and a second link that you will use to register to view the event at Demio.com.
Each year the Board of NWABR gives out awards to celebrate progress in biomedical research.
In 2021 the Board of NWABR has decided to present its Alvin J. Thompson Award to the entire Biomedical Research community in the Northwest. This Award is being presented in this manner to recognize the pivotal role that Northwest researchers and institutions have played as they have focused their efforts on the Coronavirus pandemic.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene has agreed to receive this Award on behalf of the community.
As part of the program for the evening we will share a montage of photos and videos from Northwest Researchers as we celebrate the work that they have undertaken in response to the pandemic.
If you have questions about the Gala or want to speak to a human being to discuss involvement in future events, please contact Ken Gordon (206 595-2450).
Past Gala Awardees
NWABR Distinguished Service Awards (AKA the Edison Awards)
NWABR Distinguished Service Awards are given to NWABR staff, Board and other community members in honor of their personal contributions to the work of NWABR. These Awards were instigated in 2016 and the past recipients were:
Marcia Johnson-Witter and Max Witter on behalf of the Dean Witter Foundation