Humanitarian & Health
In 1909, Marie Curie founded the Institut Curie as a private foundation dedicated to cancer patient treatment and research. Today, over a century ...
Cedars began as a 12-bed hospital in Angelino Heights in 1902. After merging with Mount Sinai Hospital in 1961, Cedars-Sinai has flourished, becoming one of the most preeminent medical facilities in the United States. Throughout its 100-plus years of service, Cedars-Sinai has been steadfast in its commitment to providing the most innovative healthcare to communities in need. This commitment includes working in schools, shelters, clinics, and communities to reach uninsured or underinsured, higher-risk populations. Cedars-Sinai is also recognized for its world-renowned research and education programs. Through a combination of diverse departments and educational and research institutes, the medical center allows current physicians to conduct cutting-edge research while treating patients, while training a new generation of medical professionals.
Research-Heart Disease Vaccines
Research-Heart Disease Vaccine