Million Dollar Bike Ride

MILLION DOLLAR BIKE RIDE FUNDRAISER
for RASopathies Research


Thank you 2017 RASopathies MBDR Team!

2018 MILLION DOLLAR BIKE RIDE
Saturday, May 20, 2018
Philadelphia, PA

~ OR VIRTUALLY ~

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Come join us to raise research funds! Your participation, whether by biking or sponsoring, will help us direct 100% of what you donate to RASopathies research.  Penn matches donations 1:1 up to $50,000.

Can’t make it to Philly to participate? No problem, participate virtually! Just register like you’re participating in Philadelphia, email LSchill@rasopathiesnet.org that you’ll be participating virtually, and then take a bike ride or walk or run locally.

  • To Ride in Philadelphia, click here to register to ride, and as you go through the registration pages, choose RASopathies Network Riders 
  • Click here [and choose option 2] to donate to RASopathiesNet to match 1:1 and forward your donation to Penn for another 1:1 match which increases the value of your donation 4x (donations to RASopathies Network between now and May 20, 2018 will go toward the MDBR)
  • Click here to donate to RASopathies Network Riders’s donate page
    • If you want to pay by check, click here.
  • Click here to set up your own MDBR social fundraising page

Questions? Contact Lisa Schill at LSchill@rasopathiesnet.org or (520) 229-7067.

Click here for parents’ answers to What do you hope RASopathies research will do for you?

 

Past RASopathies Grant Winners

2017: Kartik Venkatachalam, PhD, McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Science Center at Houston, $47,189
Targeting Endolysosomal Proteins to Treat RASopathies 

2016: Philip Stork, MD, Oregon Health Sciences University, $44,000
Are Raf dimers targets for therapeutic intervention in RASopathies?

2015: Giuseppe Zampino, Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore, $53,000
Pain in RASopathies: new investigative techniques and treatments

2014: Maria Kontaridis, PhD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, $65,000
Pilot study to delineate the cause of gastrointestinal abnormalities in RASopathy disorders using human inducible pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs)

Save the Date!

…for the 6th International RASopathies Symposium August 2-5, 2019  Baltimore, Maryland.  More information soon, or email info@rasopathiesnet.org