A Winter’s Evening Real Estate & Construction Industries Dinner Dance

A Winter's Evening Real Estate and Construction Industries Dinner Dance is a black-tie gala in New York City that benefits National Jewish Health, the leading respiratory hospital in the nation. The event helps to raise funds and awareness for the world-class research and compassionate patient care at National Jewish Health.

The Honoree

Marty Burger
Chief Executive Officer
Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Marty Burger Photo
 

The Event

Join your colleagues and friends to honor Marty Burger for his industry achievements and generous philanthropic work. It will be spectacular evening of celebration and of support for National Jewish Health from the real estate and construction industries.


The Schedule

6:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception
8:00 p.m. Dinner Dance
 

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The Burger Family Fund for Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Respiratory and Related Diseases

National Jewish Health has been at the forefront of medical research and treatment since we opened our doors in 1899. Early detection and intervention of some of the most devastating diseases of our time is a key component of our mission. Recent advancements in technology have made it possible for doctors to perform a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in an outpatient setting, procedures that previously required invasive surgery and a stay in the hospital. Our Minimally Invasive Diagnostic Center combines cutting-edge technology and world-class expertise to change medicine from reactive to proactive—and save lives. In addition, our Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging combines innovative technology, including artificial intelligence, with the expertise of some of the best thoracic radiologists in the world. This unparalleled expertise provides advanced diagnostics that provide precision diagnoses and treatments to each individual patient who visits National Jewish Health. The Fund for Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics will support research, technical and clinical expertise implemented throughout our academic departments, in conjunction with the Center for Genes Environment and Health, to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

The Photos

2018 Group Photo
2018 Winters Eve Young Adults
2018 Group of Four
2018 Group of Men