• The Zebrafish Display at Dana-Farber

    Turn the tide in the fight against cancer

    Zebrafish Display

    Name a zebrafish in our new interactive Zebrafish Display and help Dana-Farber develop the next wave of cancer breakthroughs and provide compassionate patient care.

    This permanent naming opportunity located in the newly renovated lobby of the Charles A. Dana Building is a unique way to support the fight against cancer.

    The Display’s school of individually crafted fish, lit to simulate the ocean tide, symbolizes the importance of zebrafish to the future of cancer research and treatment. Sharing many of the same genes as humans, zebrafish are vital to Dana-Farber researchers as they develop innovative treatments and therapies to save lives.

    With a gift of $3,000, payable over one or two years, you can inscribe a six-inch zebrafish in the Display to honor or remember someone special, and create a three-line message of hope that appears on-screen when your fish is touched.

    Support Dana-Farber and name a zebrafish today  

    zebrafish display textA Zebrafish inscription may include up to two lines (23 characters per line). A personalized screen message appears when the touch-sensitive zebrafish is illuminated. 
    zebrafish display textA personalized screen message may include up to three lines (23 characters per line) and will appear on one of three visual screens when the touch-sensitive fish is illuminated. 

    For more information, contact:

    Hillary Goodie
    Phone: 617-582-8830
    Email: zebrafish_display@dfci.harvard.edu 

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