The 2022 An Evening with DocStars will take place on Thursday, April 28 on the UT Southwestern Campus, hosted by The Cary Council. Please watch for additional event information in the new year.
We hope that you will join us in supporting promising, early-stage biomedical research through The Cary Council’s An Evening with DocStars. Tickets will be available by April 1 and sponsorships are available below.
Please click here to view the sponsorship level benefits.
E V E N T C O – C H A I R S :
Amber and Grafton Ifill
Barrell and Jacob Jones
C H A I R :
About The Cary Council
The Cary Council is dedicated to carrying on Dr. Edward H. Cary’s legacy to “inspire a great citizenship to greater deeds.”
In September 2015, Southwestern Medical Foundation and UT Southwestern launched the Cary Council, a group of emerging community leaders, whose mission is to support and strengthen the work of the Medical Center and Foundation. The Council was created to educate the next generation about the critical role medical research, education, and patient care plays in improving our health and making Dallas a world-class city.
Funds raised from An Evening with DocStars support young UT Southwestern investigators working on promising early stage research. Finalists will be chosen by UT Southwestern faculty and the recipient(s) will be selected by the Cary Council. Funds raised since the 2017 inaugural event have enabled the Cary Council to give nine substantial grants to young researchers to further their work, resulting in $6.8 million in additional funding.
Cary Council Steering Committee
Amanda George, Chair
Josie Sewell, Vice Chair
The Founder’s Circle
Michael Kahn, Founding Chairman