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Join our community of advocates who believe that with the right talent, tools and culture anything is possible. The Swanson Biotechnology Center’s suite of highly sophisticated technology facilities supports and enables research teams at the Koch Institute and across MIT as they invent radical new ways to diagnose, monitor, and treat cancer.
Many individuals choose to help support the SBC’s overall operations, including expert research support, training opportunities for MIT graduate and undergraduate students, and laboratory services. Make a gift now.
Others choose to name laboratories within the SBC. Whether a gift honors a loved one, represents a personal contribution to the biotechnology field, or symbolizes a commitment to the next generation of innovators, a named space is an exciting way to create a permanent association with the groundbreaking work of the SBC and the Koch Institute.
The SBC not only serves as a technology connector for one of the largest biomedical clusters in the world, but also works with biotechnology leaders in expanding its historical archive. Photos, video interviews and other articles document the emergence of the biotechnology field and highlight the personalities that drove its early innovations.
For more information on making a gift to the SBC, or on contributing to the archive, please contact:
Lisa Marks Schwarz
Managing Director of Development
Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT, 76-158
Cambridge, MA 02319