Join us for an exclusive epicurean event unlike anything available in Houston to benefit the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine.
Dinner will feature unique, elevated offerings of Houston’s rich and vibrant cuisines prepared by chefs who have conquered “Top Chef” and won James Beard and Michelin awards. The evening’s program will honor the transformative work of the Duncan Cancer Center, which has harnessed Baylor’s brilliant physician-scientists and cutting-edge resources to enhance oncology care and improve the lives of patients in Houston and beyond.
Once the site of the city’s U.S. Postal Service headquarters (in the former Barbara Jordan Post Office Building), POST has been transformed into a dynamic mixed-use complex expanding Houston’s vibrant downtown. From luminous pop-up art galleries and state-of-the-art live concerts to eclectic eating halls and a gorgeous five-acre rooftop garden, POST is a hub for culture, food, shopping and events that reflects the uniqueness of Houston.
Learn more about POST Houston here.
Photo from Scott Shigley.
The Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine is a core component of a powerful network devoted to researching and treating cancer. As a Comprehensive Cancer Center designated by the National Cancer Institute, the Duncan Cancer Center combines Baylor’s robust oncology research, its treatment capabilities and its impressive arsenal of unmatched resources under one umbrella. Physicians in the Duncan Cancer Center treat patients and collaborate with researchers to develop new approaches to detecting, preventing and treating cancer. Duncan Cancer Center patients can access leading-edge treatments, including personalized therapies based on the unique molecular characteristics of their tumors and clinical trials in the early phases of drug development.
The Duncan Cancer Center also is committed to developing the next generation of outstanding cancer biology researchers and to ensuring that a diverse pool of highly trained biomedical scientists and healthcare professionals are available to meet the nation’s basic, clinical, population science and translational cancer needs.