Help us transform the health of millions of people with vascular disease. Your support and participation allow us to advance patient-centered innovation to improve health outcomes.
There are many ways to get involved:
Become a partner – We invite you to help shape the future of the vascular health ecosystem. Vascular Cures convenes stakeholders and innovation leaders to find new ways to solve market needs while increasing their own business value. Some of the benefits include:
• Engagement with vascular experts for perspectives on emerging trends in vascular healthcare
• Access to patients for education, clinical trial recruitment, experience feedback and market research
• Insights from other stakeholders re building value and ability to leverage complementary assets
• Access to shared tools for use across multiple disciplines from clinical trials to disease management
Contact Wendy Hitchcock, CEO: email@example.com
Become a volunteer – Make a personal impact by working with us to deliver successful patient-centered programs. As a small entrepreneurial organization, we leverage the expertise of others to get results. Your involvement could range from event support (our Circulate! annual meeting and gala, national innovation summits, local patient-based events etc.) to patient support and Project Voice, educational content development, digital health, technology and more.
Contact Megan Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become an advocate – Raise the profile of vascular disease and its impact. Share stories about your vascular health, treatments, the impact of the disease and your experience either on our social media or by tagging #vascularcures in your posts. Participate in focus groups or join on-line communities.
Contact Deb Doyle: email@example.com
Become a donor –Your support will advance patient-centered programs, collaborations, career development for innovators, and breakthrough research. In addition to donations, we encourage you to consider employer matches, multi-year pledges and planned giving in your estate. Learn more on our donation page or Contact Megan Patterson: firstname.lastname@example.org