Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty Supports Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s Women’s Partnership for Science

Daniel Gale Sotheby's International RealtyCOLD SPRING HARBOR, NY - Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, has long supported its neighbor, the world-renowned Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL). Recently, CSHL held its twentieth annual Women’s Partnership for Science lecture and luncheon at its Banbury Conference Center. The event, attended by a team of supporters from multiple Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty offices, raised more than $250,000 to support the important research of women scientists at the Laboratory, many of whose studies focus on women’s health issues. The featured speaker, CSHL Assistant Professor Jessica Tollkuhn, spoke about estrogen’s roles in brain development, mental health, and disease.

Since 2002, CSHL’s annual Women’s Partnership for Science lectures and luncheons have promoted and supported women as students, in post-doctoral work and as professors teaching and performing cutting edge biomedical research at the Laboratory.

This year’s luncheon honored Lori Bahnik, a former director of the CSHL Association board whose family foundation has provided significant support to the renovation of the Demerec building, which has been home to four Nobel laureates, including Barbara McClintock.A team of supporters from Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty recently attended Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s (CSHL) 20th annual Women’s Partnership for Science lecture and luncheon supporting the work of women scientists at the Laboratory.  Pictured here from Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty: Front row, (l-r)  Laura Zambratto, Christine Petersen, Margy Hargraves, Patricia Petersen, Lisa Sicurelli.  Back row (l-r)  Jacqueline Clancy,  Jessica Tollkuhn, guest speaker and Associate Professor,  CSHL; Bruce Stillman, president, CSHL; and Ellen Hanes.“Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty has been a neighbor of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory for nearly six decades, and we have been steadfast supporter of this national treasure over the years,” said Daniel Gale President and Chairman of the Board Patricia J. Petersen. “The Lab is a deep part of Long Island’s heritage of ingenuity, innovation, and resilience. We are proud to play a role in its ongoing contributions to science.”

Attendees from Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty included Smithtown resident Jacqueline Clancy, Ellen Hanes of Locust Valley, Laura Zambratto of Huntington, Christine Petersen, Margy Hargraves, and Patricia Petersen of Lloyd Harbor, and Lisa Sicurelli, who lives in Huntington and East Hampton.

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