NEWS & UPDATES
See you at Race for Research 2014
We are proud of our unique foundation devoted to funding a cure for brain tumors and providing support and outreach to brain tumor patients and their families throughout the Southeast.
For over a decade, the SBTF has become a well-known fundraising entity supporting critical, cutting edge brain tumor research at major medical centers in the Southeast. Race For Research, our main fundraising event, is popular throughout
We are proud of our dedicated, all volunteer Board of Directors who meet monthly. Our Board is a diverse group comprised of individuals who've been touched by brain tumors in many different ways. Ranging from patients and family members to healthcare professionals; we are all committed to promoting the awareness of brain tumors in the community, communicating with patients and families and raising critical funds for research grants furthering advancements in the treatment of brain tumors.
Our monthly brain tumor support group meetings, lead by nurse practitioners, welcome patients and their families to sit side by side with each other, share their experiences, communicate and receive support.
As a neurosurgeon-scientist focused on the treatment of patients with brain tumors, I am committed to advancing the mission of SBTF forward in the fight against brain tumors. Our ability to serve the brain tumor community is dependent on each of you. Whether you support us with a financial donation in our fundraising efforts or with your time as a volunteer, each of you are a vital and integral part of our success and we thank you.
We'd also like to share information on one of our other activities. Each year during the month of May, we encourage everyone to "Go Gray" to show support of the need to raise awareness about brain cancers. We suggest simple ideas like wear something gray, organize a fundraiser around the words "Go Gray in May", or just spread the word about the efforts of raising awareness of this disease.
To learn more about the SBTF, speak to a member of our Board, or to request information, please contact us at 786-505-SBTF (7283) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Costas G. Hadjipanayis, M.D., Ph.D.
President, Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation (SBTF)
Chief of Neurosurgery Service,
Department of Neurosurgery Emory University School of Medicine
Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Scholar
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University