27 Jun 2024

Legacy Of Sue And Roy Nichols Supports Neurodevelopmental Disease Research

A generous gift from Sue and Roy Nichols is powering life-changing breakthroughs in research on neurodevelopmental diseases and childhood genetic disorders By Lillie Mermoud Giving back was a way of life for Sue and Roy Nichols. From Roy’s time with Nichols Research Corporation and countless other endeavors until the couple’s passing, the ...

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28 May 2024

Promoting STEM Education and Leadership: National Space Club Huntsville

National Space Club Huntsville makes STEM education more accessible and inclusive through support for HudsonAlpha’s Summer of STEM programs The next generation of the STEM workforce is a priority for many aerospace and defense-focused corporations in Huntsville, AL. Community leaders across sectors are investing in today’s students with the ...

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22 May 2024

Global Reach Through Local Philanthropy: Carol and Jim Tevepaugh

Generous support from Carol and Jim Tevepaugh is helping HudsonAlpha support life-changing genomics research and bring on a talented new Faculty Investigator As lifelong learners who have deep personal connections to HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology’s research, Carol and Jim Tevepaugh describe themselves as having their imagination ...

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15 May 2024

Your Insurance And Other Assets Can Be Your Legacy

When most people think about making a charitable gift to a nonprofit organization like HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, they think of giving cash from a checking or savings account. We appreciate gifts of any kind to help support our mission, but there are many ways you can make a donation and benefit by making a […]...

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21 Mar 2024

Making a Difference as an Employee Donor: Madelene Loftin

As a HudsonAlpha employee and donor for nearly fifteen years , Madelene Loftin sees firsthand how important philanthropy is in helping HudsonAlpha improve life through genomics Madelene Loftin has been a HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology employee since 2009, and a donor for nearly just as long. She describes herself as a HudsonAlpha ...

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17 Dec 2020

HudsonAlpha cancer program receives gift for important equipment

According to the American Cancer Society, about 21,750 women were diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2020. It ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women. The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology’s cancer programs are committed to using genomic science and state-of-the-art technology to find new breakthroughs in cancer research and treatment. ...

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16 Dec 2020

HudsonAlpha Foundation appoints two new board members

The HudsonAlpha Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of Karen Thomas, MPH, and John H. Shields II to the board of directors. Since 2007, Ms. Thomas has been a manager with Townhouse Galleries. Ms. Thomas received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of North Carolina Asheville and a Master of […]...

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02 Nov 2018

iHeartMedia presents check to HudsonAlpha Foundation

Proceeds from Girls and Guitars concert to benefit Information is Power initiative Playing to a sold out audience, iHeartMedia’s 102.1 WDRM hosted its second Girls and Guitars concert presented by Crestwood Medical Center for breast cancer awareness this past October. Three of the hottest new acts in country music performed. Cam, Maddie and ...

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03 Oct 2018

HudsonAlpha hosts Google Fiber team, receives surprise $10,000 pledge

Huntsville – On Tuesday, October 2, HudsonAlpha hosted Google Fiber’s Huntsville team on the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology campus to discuss diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and Google Fiber made a surprise pledge of $10,000 for science education programs at the Institute. Google Fiber’s Head of Diversity, Equity and ...

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