Ingenium has been contributing to the March of Dimes for the past several years in support of Scott Rendleman (CCO) and his wife, Leila, and their twin boys, Liam and Ewan who were born prematurely on Christmas Day, 2010.
On May 8th, Scott and Leila attended the March of Dimes’ 22nd Annual Prize in Developmental Biology Awards Gala in San Francisco. There they were honored to meet with the March of Dimes’ President, Stacey D. Steward and the 2017 Award Recipient, Dr. David Allis, PhD. Each year the award is granted to a scientist whose research will have profound effects on advancing our understanding of prematurity and birth defects. Scott and Leila were proud to represent all March of Dimes Mission Families at this inspiring event.
Pictured Above (L-R) – Dr. Harvey Cohen, PhD (Stanford Children’s Hospital), Greg Gumbel, Robert Pinnix (March of Dimes Executive Director), Dr. David Allis, PhD (Recipient, 2017 Prize in Dev. Biology) , Stacey D. Stewart (March of Dimes President), Leila and Scott Rendleman (March of Dimes Mission Family).