Henry S. and Leah Kaplan Human Rights and Service to Humanity Fund
The Kaplans and their extended family have made and continue to make substantial contributions and commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of others and of society as a whole. While Dr. Henry S. Kaplan’s pioneering work in the cure of Hodgkin’s disease and in cancer biology at Stanford and as the co-developer of the medical linear accelerator and standards for its use for cancer treatment are well known, both he and his wife, Leah Kaplan, as the Dean of Women and Ombudsperson at Stanford and a social worker, counselor and psychotherapist, served as extraordinarily effective mentors and role models for service to humanity and human rights.
Interested trainees or healthcare providers should first complete and submit the application form to become an ICEC Expert available on the ICEC’s website. Please note your interest in applying for the Kaplan Fund on the form. Questions or other inquiries about the fund should be directed to ICEC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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