(born November 16, 1956) in Waterbury, Connecticut is a health advocate. She co-founded PXE International when her children were diagnosed with pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE) in 1994. In 2009, she was elected an Ashoka Fellow for her entrepreneurial work in drug development for genetic conditions.
19.08.2012 [Ledger Independent] - Survivors include his wife, Jesse Dunaway Cooper; children, Gary (Beverly) Cooper of Ewing, Sharon (Terry) Brown of Loveland, Ohio, Linda (Brian) Hill of Kettering, Ohio, Tim (Ruthie) Cooper of Flemingsburg; sister, Oleta Stanfield; 10 grandchildren
26.12.2007 “Years of unrelenting commitment and dedication by patient groups and our allies in the research community have at last borne fruit,” said Sharon Terry, President and CEO of Genetic Alliance. “We're proud of Congress for their unrelenting ...
24.04.2012 [Fort Dodge Messenger] - Marie is survived by her children, Sharon (Terry) Evans of Clarion and Harvey (Karen) Hilpipre of Fort Dodge; grandchildren, Susan (Rob) Meade, Diahann (Mark) Russell; Amy (Brad) Billingsley, Jeni (Tom) Wright; great grandchildren, Mackenzie, Taylor
20.04.2012 [Olney Daily Mail] - Marie; two grandchildren, Grayson and Tinley Lingafelter, of Dieterich; eight siblings, Harold Ochs, of Newton, Carol (Donovan) Hahn, of Claremont, Sharon (Terry) Watson, of Andover, Kan., Mary (Ken) Helregel, of Dundas, Neil Ochs, of Olney
08.06.2012 by Sharon Terry. Sharon Terry. View Biographical Info. and, Robert Cook-Deegan. Robert Cook-Deegan. View Biographical Info. Just four years ago, only two people in the world had their genome sequenced: James D.