News & Events From the Cooper Foundation
Tuesday, Feb. 25
6 p.m.
Caffe Aldo Lamberti
Cherry Hill, NJ

The Outstanding Cardiology Team at Cooper University Heath Care invites you to join them in support of cardiology research and education at Cooper.

Phillip A. Koren, MD
Fredric L. Ginsberg, MD
Kathleen Heintz, DO
Michael Rosenbloom, MD
Perry J. Weinstock, MD

Enjoy wine, hors d'oeuvres, and a celebration of American Heart Month to raise awareness and funds that stay local to support cardiac patients right here in South Jersey.
The world-class Cooper Heart Institute is the most comprehensive heart care center in southern New Jersey. You contribution will benefit Cardiology Research and Education at Cooper .
Donor Spotlight
The Bernard & Shirlee Brown Foundation, Anne Brown Koons Foundation, and Jeff & Tracy Brown Foundation Support Cooper Learning Center’s Reading Programs
Giving back to the community is a family affair for Bernard and Shirlee Brown, their daughter Anne Koons, their son Jeff and his wife Tracy.
The Cooper Learning Center recently received $50,000 from the Bernard & Shirlee Brown Foundation, the Anne Brown Koons Foundation and the Jeff & Tracy Brown Foundation. This generous donation will go a long way to help children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties learn to read and become happy, lifelong learners.
The Cooper Learning Center, with offices in Voorhees and Moorestown, offers parents and children access to the most advanced, scientifically-proven methods for accurately assessing and treating children’s learning difficulties, combined with expert clinical support for the possible causes of learning disabilities.
“Learning to read is something that no one can take away from you,” said Koons, a successful real estate agent whose son benefited from the Cooper Learning Center 25 years ago. “We had such a positive experience and I have recommended countless people to Dr. Selznick. It’s a privilege to support this program.” 

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Foundation Dollars at Work
The Cooper Foundation Supports Research Opportunities for Cooper’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Program 
Cooper University Health Care’s Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine has been selected as one of 10 member organizations to join the Perinatal Research Consortium.

Housed at Columbia University, the Perinatal Research Consortium develops and performs the highest quality research in the area of Perinatal Medicine and serves as a resource for individual researchers, institutions and industries.

"Cooper’s Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine will play a key role in expanding opportunities for innovation and discovery in women’s health research," said Dr. Robin Perry, Chairman and Chief, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cooper. "We are grateful for the support of The Cooper Foundation and all donors who donate to Cooper so we can better the lives of our patients."
Choose from more than 100 funds to support patient care, research and education, community programs and more.
In the News
Cooper Becomes World's First Hospital to Use New Virtual Reality System for Stroke Patients  Philly Voice Jan. 23 A new wireless and mobile virtual reality system has been introduced for the first time to treat stroke victims at Cooper University Hospital.

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month: Here's what you need to know Courier-Post – Jan. 6 – With about 15,000 women diagnosed with cervical cancer each year in the United States alone, it is the fourth most common type of cancer for women worldwide.

VIDEO: Drop in Cancer Death Rates (MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper and Dr. Danielle Behrens featured) Fox 29 Jan. 9

Camden Sees Crime Drop Over Past Decade Tap Into Camden Jan 12 City officials recently boasted a notable improvement — 42% less violent crimes since 2012.

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