Walensky Running Buffers

Walensky Running Buffers

The Walensky laboratory comprises a multidisciplinary group of young scientists, training as Dana-Farber postdoctoral fellows in pediatric oncology, graduate students in the chemical and biological sciences graduate programs at Harvard Medical School, and post-baccalaureate research technicians. Our mission is to dissect and target the aberrant molecular pathways that cause treatment resistance in pediatric cancer. In doing so, we work to advance next generation therapies for relapsed and refractory pediatric malignancies.

 

(Left) Josh Walensky serves lemonade to Jimmy Fund Walkers on Commonwealth Avenue to raise money for the Walensky Running Buffers! -September 21, 2014

Donors

Please note: Mailed donations may not appear on fundraising pages for up to 4 weeks.
DonorOn Behalf OfDateAmountComments
Molly BMolly Lammert10/22/2014$50.00This is a conditional donation, and the condition is that I never have to run with you again. Run fast Marge! Cheering for you my friend.
Fed BernalLoren Walensky, M.D., Ph.D.10/14/2014$100.00Great job in putting together a team for a phenomenal cause!
John and Marylou DominoRebecca Goldstein10/12/2014$50.00Good luck, Becca!
Steve GoldsteinRebecca Goldstein10/06/2014$100.00
Lauren BarclayLoren Walensky, M.D., Ph.D.10/02/2014$25.00Go Team!!
Jimmy RohmanMolly Lammert10/01/2014$20.00Run fast
Scott BoshawSilvia Escudero9/30/2014$30.00Best of luck!
The Baldwin FamilySeth Walensky9/30/2014$50.00GO SETH!
Greg Bird9/30/2014$100.00
Sergio EscuderoSilvia Escudero9/30/2014$50.00Terribly proud of you big sis!

Honored hero

Ben Brewer was diagnosed with stage IV high risk neuroblastoma, unfavorable tumor with the NMYC non-amplified in February of 2004. He was 2 1/2 years old. He endured multiple rounds of high dose chemotherapy, many surgeries, stem-cell transplant, radiation to the abdomen, oral chemotherapy and antibody therapy - all at Columbus Children's Hospital. After 15 months of intensive treatment, he was declared NED (no evidence of disease) and remains so today!