Barry Greene, the president of Cambridge biotech company Alnylam Pharmaceuticals and chairman of this year’s Boston Heart and Stroke Ball, is one of 40 leaders to be recognized with the 2020 Red Jacket Award by PharmaVOICE magazine. Since 2014, PharmaVOICE has recognized inspiring, innovative, collaborative, and transformative individuals in the pharmaceutical industry with this award.
Established in 2012, the Watkins-Saunders Award honors Dr Levi Watkins and Dr Elijah Saunders, both pioneers in the field of cardiology who were committed to equality in health care. This award is given to individuals and/or organizations in the state of Maryland who champion the fight against health disparities through clinical or medical work, or
Barry Greene has a knack for seeing the big picture. When he agreed to chair the 2020 Boston Heart and Stroke Ball, he saw it not just as one night of fundraising for the American Heart Association, but as part of a broader mission. “We wanted [the ball] to be one component of our efforts,
BOSTON – Dr. Peter Libby will receive the Paul Dudley White Award at the 2020 Boston Heart and Stroke Ball, the American Heart Association announced Thursday. Since 1974, the Paul Dudley White Award has been given annually to a Boston physician who has made extraordinary contributions to cardiovascular or stroke care. Dr. Libby, a cardiovascular
On Saturday, February 22, the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum was transformed into a special night of community and philanthropy for the 63rd Annual Philadelphia Heart Ball. This year, the Heart of Philadelphia honor was awarded to former Philadelphia Eagles safety and Pro Football Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins and his wife, Connie for their substantial
Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Lose: #DCHeartBall is the Main Event of Heart Month Sports greats featured as part of the American Heart Association’s relentless pursuit of health and well-being The Greater Washington Heart Ball (#DCHeartBall) is back at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. As American Heart Month comes to an end, the American Heart Association
Hundreds of attendees from the Long Island medical and corporate community came out to the Garden City Hotel on Wednesday, November 13th to attend the American Heart Association’s 57th Annual Long Island Heart & Stroke Ball. The Long Island Heart Ball is an annual social event held to recognize outstanding accomplishments of individuals and companies