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Richard Call Family Endowed Chair honors Dr. Yves DeClerck at the Saban Research Institute Symposium
Date:11/24/2010

Dr. Yves DeClerck is inducted as inaugural holder of endowed chair during a research symposium at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES (November 23, 2010) Yves A. DeClerck, MD, professor of Pediatrics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California has been inducted as the inaugural holder of the Richard Call Family Endowed Chair in Pediatric Research Innovation.

"My family has long been dedicated to improving the health of children. In these times of increased need and diminishing resources, we are renewing our commitment to the lives of children by continuing to partner in these efforts with Dr. Yves DeClerck and The Saban Research Institute," said Richard Call, MD.

"By establishing this endowment, Dr. Call honors his family's longstanding commitment to research while honoring the lifetime achievements of Dr. Yves DeClerck," said Brent Polk, MD, director of The Saban Research Institute.

For more than three decades, Dr. Richard Call has worked in promoting the research mission of Children's Hospital Los Angeles and obtaining the strong support of the community. In 1994, he founded the Board of Governors of the Children's Hospital Los Angeles Research Institute. The following year he established an endowment, the Richard Call Chair in Research Administration. Also in 1995, Dr. Call was instrumental in recruiting Dr. DeClerck as director of what later became The Saban Research Institute. Dr. DeClerck held the position of director of The Saban Research Institute for fifteen years.

As part of the scientific symposium Dr. DeClerck gave the inaugural address, summarizing 30 years of cancer research by his laboratory at Children's Hospital, now leading to therapeutic strategies of the tumor microenvironment.

"Yves' comments at Grand Rounds were inspiring and motivating to me as a physician, scientist, and fellow human being. I also
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Contact: Ellin Kavanagh
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323-361-8505
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
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