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The Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program Provides Close To CHF 1 Million to Support Kinderspital Zurich
Date:6/12/2008

le for young clinicians and university doctors to undertake suitable residencies to help them progress in their chosen specialty. The level of research possible through this Stanford program will occur at a deeper and more significant level focused on specific pediatric issues. Patients will benefit from medical and surgical treatment at the highest standards of quality based on the latest scientific findings.
For 2008, the three Stanford fellowships will focus on

1. Prediction of neurodevelopment outcome in very preterm infants using

cerebral function monitoring. The results will enable physicians and

therapists to optimize care for preterm babies and to individualize

therapeutic options.

2. Developing an instrument to facilitate the identification and the

assessment of patients requiring pediatric palliative care, those

suffering from illnesses that have no cure. Such care is crucial to

improve their quality of life.

3. Applying tissue engineering techniques in order to grow bladder tissue

for functional replacement in children suffering mainly from

congenital bladder malformations.

The Stanford Financial Group has a long-standing commitment to giving back in the communities where its companies are active. "Our relationship with Kinderspital Zurich continues the Stanford tradition of supporting meaningful philanthropy in the communities we serve. I am proud of our commitment and look forward to the significant advances that the Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program will support," said L. Jack Staley, President of Stanford Group (Suisse) AG, the Stanford company headquartered in Zurich.

About Stanford Group (Suisse) AG

Stanford Group (Suisse) AG, an independent asset management and investment advisory company, is headquartered in the heart of the financial district of Zurich and provides private wealth management services t
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