MetrumRG Game Night Fundraiser for The Longest Day

Posted by Diane Reynolds on Jul 9, 2019 12:30:25 PM


Metrum Research Group staff and families recently participated the Alzheimer’s Association The Longest Day fundraiser. This initiative took place on June 21st, the summer solstice, the day with the most daylight. The goal of this day was to come together to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s disease. Our employees participated in recognition of the many people we know who have been affected by this disease and also to acknowledge the contributions MetrumRG has made to help fight for a cure (some of this work can be seen here). Participants donated and joined in for a fun evening of playing games together. The game night theme symbolized the effort of keeping the brain active. The event resulted in a nice donation for the Alzheimer’s Association and a fun evening by all who attended.

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Showing Stripes for Rare Disease Day

Posted by Diane Reynolds on Mar 7, 2019 12:17:00 PM

MetrumRG employees recognized Rare Disease Day on February 28th by participating in the National Organization for Rare Disorder’s Show Your Stripes campaign. While we work every day to develop therapies to fight disease, for the month of February we challenged employees and heightened awareness by highlighting different rare diseases in weekly meetings. On February 28th, we shared a pot luck lunch with a striped food theme and dressed to show off our stripes. MetrumRG employees across the country participated. We had a contest to see who had the best display of stripes and Metrum Research Group pledged a donation for each person that  participated in the stripes challenge. Check out the photos below of our day of recognition!

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Rare Disease Day is February 28th

Posted by Diane Reynolds on Feb 15, 2019 8:39:51 AM

Metrum Research Group is raising awareness of Rare Disease Day during the entire month of February. Rare Disease Day occurs on February 28, 2019. The National Organization for Rare Disorders has issued a challenge to participate in recognizing rare diseases by showing your stripes, as the zebra is the official symbol of rare diseases in the United States. We have invited our employees to participate in a Show Your Stripes Challenge in the following ways:

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