Charity Auction - de Duve Institute

1/ Lot - Institut de Duve

2/ Lot - La Recherche

3/ Lot - Le Patient

4/ Lot - Gala

The Auction

Several artists from TEN Gallery donate their art to this charity auction for the benefit of the de Duve Institute and fundamental research.

The auction starts on 19 July at TEN Gallery and ends on Friday October 22, before the start of the de Duve Institutes annual gala.

This auction consists of 4 lots by artists:

1/ Institut de Duve
Larissa Ickx, Eric Ceccarini, Christophe de Fierlant, Michel d’Oultremont

2/ La Recherche
Larissa Ickx, Eric Ceccarini, Christophe de Fierlant, Philip Wittmann

3/ Le Patient
Larissa Ickx, Eric Ceccarini, Christophe de Fierlant, Damien Moreau

4/ Gala
Morphée Joaillerie, Mitchell Schorr

Join the auction and look forward to winning one of these four exceptional collections by exceptional artists for an exceptional cause.

The Foundation

4 Reasons to Support the de Duve Institute

“Deeper knowledge for better cures”.

4 Reasons to Support the de Duve Institute

1. To better cure patients
The de Duve Institute was designed as a biomedical research institute gathering the main disciplines of fundamental biology. Its goal is to advance knowledge for the benefit of medicine.
Its investigators’ motto is: “To overcome disease one must first understand it”.

2. To give talented investigators the means to pursue their research
The de Duve Institute recruits high-level investigators from Belgium or abroad, in order to build new teams which will contribute to the progress of Science and Medicine.
The very first teams of the Institute, created in 1974, may be proud of several major discoveries which significantly improved the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases. Today younger groups have taken over from the founding teams. They need ressources to provide their labs with equipment and recruit young and talented personnel.

3. To support outstanding research at the de Duve Institute
Donations and bequests play a strategic role in funding research of the Institute.
In addition to financing one-year post-doctoral fellowships, sponsorship support new research programs around young gifted scientists until their results enable them to call for conventional funding.

The Institute also endeavours to support ongoing research projects in case of delays between two external fundings.

4. Because research is expensive
With 270 investigators and technicians, the de Duve Institute must find 7 to 8% of its annual budget in sponsorship and products from its own financial assets. This represents approximately €1,250,000.