Skip to main content
  1. Life
  2. Health & Fitness
  3. Fitness & Exercise

Race for research half marathon and 5k

2010 Race for Research Half Marathon

  • Saturday, March 27
  • Half marathon starts at 7 AM
  • 5k run starts at 7:30 AM
  • Torrey Pines Institute
  • 11350 SW Village Parkway
  • Port St. Lucie, FL 34987

Race Details

The Race for Research is two different running events, both starting and finishing at Torrey Pines Institute. The half marathon features a flat, fast well supported course. The 5k includes an added feature this year. Dr. Richard A. Houghten, President of Torrey Pines Institute, will donate $50 toward research at the Institute for each runner who beats his time in the 5K. All proceeds from the event will go directly to funding research at Torrey Pines Institute,

Torrey Pines Institute Mission Statement

"The mission of Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies is to pursue innovative research that leads to the understanding and treatment of major medical conditions, including multiple sclerosis, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, pain, arthritis, heart disease, many types of cancer, and more. Our philosophy is that discovery and excellence in science are fostered by providing a stimulating and collaborative research environment"

Additional Information: Register for the Race for Research on the website. Visit the Torrey Pines Institute website for event details.


  • Emylou Lewis 4 years ago


    Third culture kids examiner
    Seattle stay-at-home moms examiner



  • Dan Savage
    Dan Savage cares about LGBT youth, bullying and saving lives
    Today's Buzz
  • Raku
    Teachers and students can use this summer to learn a new skill
    15 Photos
  • Beach body
    Fitness: Earn your beach body badge with bootcamp classes
    10 Photos
  • Greek wine
    Unwind with these delicious wines: The thrilling wines of Greece
    7 Photos
  • Mandy Moore
    Exclusive interview with Celebrity Mandy Moore concerning animal activism
    5 Photos
  • Educational family vacations
    Find out how to take an educational family vacation that doesn't break the bank
    9 Photos