DSAccess

Introducing DSAccess—a new event series exclusively for DSA members. These programs are designed to give you early or unique access to the projects, people, information and issues shaping downtown and our city. Stay tuned for updates on future events in the series.

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Building Cure: More Room for More Cures

Friday, Oct. 18

7 a.m.
Networking, coffee & refreshments

7:30 a.m.
Program

7:50 a.m.
Tours, scientific talk

9 a.m.
Event concludes

Building Cure
1920 Terry Ave.

Cost: $25

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Building Cure, Seattle Children’s new research center in the heart of downtown, promises to revolutionize pediatric medicine.

Building Cure is under final construction and not yet public. Before it opens, attendees of our next DSAccess event will get an exclusive tour of the facility’s lab, educational area and more. These limited-capacity engagements give DSA members early or unique access to the projects, people and issues shaping downtown.

You’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Experience a 3D visualization of how cancer immunotherapy works — from a patient’s perspective in the hospital to the cell production facility in Building Cure.
  • Hear from a scientist exploring how to leverage the immune system to treat and cure conditions like hemophilia and autoimmune diseases without drugs.
  • Explore tools and techniques in the Science Discovery Lab used to offer STEM education classes to students from underserved schools.

Featuring remarks from:

  • Dr. Jim Hendricks
    President, Seattle Children’s Research Institute
  • Dr. Richard James
    Researcher, Seattle Children’s Center for Immunity & Immunotherapies

Thank you to our partner

Seattle Children's Research Institute

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Can’t make it to our event? That’s okay. We understand sometimes calendar disruptions are unavoidable. If you have to cancel, we can give you a full refund up to 48 hours before an event. After that, however, we cannot provide refunds or credits because we’ve already given our final attendee counts to caterers and event venues. We appreciate your understanding. For more information, contact Joya at 206-613-3245 or joyam@downtownseattle.org.