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The Mike Mile

Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund

Sunday, June 23, 2013 at 10:30 AM (EDT)

Stamford, CT

The Mike Mile

Registration Information

Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Runner Ended $25.00 $2.24
Volunteer Ended $0.00 $0.00
Donation To The Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund Ended

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Are you ready to tackle The Mike Mile?

Come support the Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund at the High Ridge Park in Stamford, CT on June 23, 2013 as you try to run, walk, skip, dance or shuffle your best mile!

 

NEW THIS YEAR: Register and fundraise for The Mike Mile as a team! Prizes will be awarded for the team with the most participants and the team that raises the most for the Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund!

*Once the team captain has registered the team, other members can join during the registration process

 

Whether you want to sprint your best time or come join and cheer on the participants, it will be a great day for all!  

 

Registration Fee Includes:

  • Access to traffic-free 1 mile certified race course
  • Race t-shirt and gift bag
  • Post-race festival that includes food, music, fitness activites, kid's entertainment, and much more

 

Please continue to check our website at www.michaelcidp.com as detailed information will be posted closer to race day!

Have questions about The Mike Mile? Contact Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund

When & Where



High Ridge Park Corporate Center
High Ridge Park Rd
Stamford, CT 06905

Sunday, June 23, 2013 at 10:30 AM (EDT)


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Organizer

Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund

The Michael D. Rothman CIDP Research Fund at Columbia University was established to help support critical research into the causes and cures of CIDP and other neuropathies.   Under the direction of Drs. Thomas Brannagan and Louis Weimer, the Columbia Neuropathy Research Center (CNRC) is developing and testing several promising new therapies, including a pilot study of biomarkers in CIDP.  The objective of this study is to identify a biomarker consistently found in all CIDP patients, which would be an extraordinarily valuable diagnostic tool, and aid tremendously in the treatment of CIDP patients.

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