Omar Boraie is a man who has worked extremely hard for the betterment of society. His various philanthropic and professional endeavors have led to the incredible development of the city of New Brunswick, a place where the Boraie company first laid its roots. Continuing on his mission to help the community, Omar recently donated a total of $1.5 million towards the development and research of new treatments for combating cancer, reports patch.com.
Hailing from Egypt, Omar originally came to America to pursue a Ph. D in Chemistry. After completing his educational course, Omar decided to expand his family’s business into the city of New Brunswick and turn the then run downtown into a hub of residential excellence. Omar had a vision in mind for the development of the community of New Brunswick and implemented his goal in the most efficient way to make the city what it is today.
The pledge to donate $1.5 million was made as part of a ‘Chair Challenge’ started up by Rutgers University. The rules of the challenge were simple. In the end, the university will be receiving double the amount that was initially promised.
Omar’s donation was made with the aim of helping the universities genomic science department. The genomic science department of Rutgers University has been known to have made some of the most groundbreaking advances in the field of medical research. Most recently, the department has made revolutionary discoveries when it comes to genomic science which can extensively benefit patients in the treatment of cancer. With the new research in place, doctors who are treating patients with cancer now have the option to tailor the treatment for each patient, owing to the new technology to tackle the cancerous tumour from the genetic level. This research is proven to be extremely beneficial in the treatment of cancer and also for the development of cancer research.
In the past, he has repeatedly pledged for the development of research, in various medical fields. Omar has always aimed to make New Brunswick a city where healthcare is one of the top priorities. By pledging this amount to Rutgers University, Omar is paving the path for the development of medical institutions in New Brunswick and as well as the entire field of cancer research.