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Fanconi Canada is a registered charity that funds research in Canada into an effective treatment and, ultimately, a cure for Fanconi anemia and serves as a support network for affected Canadian families.
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Fanconi Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Sanjeev Singh Parmar as Patient Representative to the Board. The Board will greatly benefit not only from Sanjeev’s perspective as a Fanconi survivor but also his considerable professional experience and qualifications.
Sanjeev currently practises as a securities and mergers & acquisitions lawyer in the Calgary offices of Heenan Blaikie LLP. Sanjeev is a practising member of the Law Society of Alberta and is a non-practising member of the Law Society of British Columbia. Sanjeev is also a designated Chartered Accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. While in university, Sanjeev received the FMC Summer Student Research Fellowship from the University of Victoria while completing his bachelors of laws and the Cathay Pacific Award and Undergraduate Scholar Scholarship from the University of British Columbia while completing his bachelors of commerce.
Sanjeev was successfully treated for Fanconi anemia at the B.C. Children’s hospital in 1988. Sanjeev and his wife Caroline currently reside in Calgary, Alberta.
Sanjeev currently also serves as Fanconi Canada’s representative to the Network for Rare Blood Disorders (NRBDO).
We are excited to work with Sanjeev as we advance our mission to fund research into an effective treatment and, ultimately, a cure for Fanconi anemia and to serve as a support network for affected Canadian families.
Lorne Shelson, President