Thomas E. Leggat Elected Trustee of Boston Biomedical Research Institute
Watertown, Mass., – February 2, 2005 – Lincoln resident Thomas E. Leggat was recently elected Trustee of Watertown-based Boston Biomedical Research Institute. Mr. Leggat had been a Corporator at BBRI since 2001. He is a founder of Leggat, McCall and Werner, and Founder of The Leggat Company, Inc. Mr. Leggat is a longtime board member of the Boys & Girls Club, and was on the Board of the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry and is a longtime member of the Board of the Adolescent Consultation Services, Inc.
Terence McGowan to Lead Development Effort at Boston Biomedical Research Institute
Watertown, Mass., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ — Watertown based Boston Biomedical Research Institute has recently recruited Terence F. McGowan as Director of Institutional Advancement. Mr. McGowan will lead the fundraising and public relations efforts for BBRI, an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institute of 26 scientists doing discovery research in biochemistry, cell biology and molecular biology to uncover the causes of human disease. Mr. McGowan comes to BBRI from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, where he was Associate Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations.
Dr. Jeffrey Boone Miller Awarded Research Grant by MDA to study three congenital muscular dystrophies
BBRI Scientists Awarded Muscular Dystrophy Association grant to identify therapeutic targets for FSHD
A Unique Library of Myogenic Cells For Studying the Causes and Developing Therapies for FSHD
Opening the Future for Hair and Skin Replacement Therapies
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer Receives Award