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Funding Our Future
While many of the investigators in the Division of Infectious Diseases receive grant funding for their research, there are other critical activities that rely primarily on private donations. Individual support is essential to innovative research, training the next generation, and promoting the highest standards of clinical care.
Our enormous success in research, education and patient care produce an environment where small investments can yield high returns. We hope, with your help, to achieve these goals with our capital:
- Ensure the division can invest in the education of our talented young trainees
- Honor individuals who have devoted their lives to certain areas of research and patient care
- Provide funds that will strengthen and expand our clinical care efforts
- Ensure resources are effectively managed
- Implement data driven strategies which produce the desired results
With these goals in mind, we have highlighted several of our efforts below. As always, we are extremely grateful to those who have contributed and encourage those of you who haven't contributed to consider making a pledge. With your help, all of these funds will become fully endowed thereby ensuring the good works of the division for years to come.
Young Clinician/Investigator Fund: This fund supports the basic and clinical research opportunities for the next generation of infectious diseases specialists.
Dr. John Bartlett HIV/AIDS Fund: This fund provides support for young trainees and junior faculty in the division, helping them transition to their independent careers.
Geographic Medicine Fund: This fund is dedicated implementation science related to the prevention and treatment of travel-related diseases in tropical and semi-tropical areas of the world.
Pamela Tucker Fund: This fund promotes the scholarship of students, residents, or fellows engaged in research on the infectious complications of the immunocompromised host, particularly transplant medicine and oncology.
Fisher Fund: This fund is dedicated to the clinical care and research of diseases that may be classified as environmental infectious diseases.
Administrative Fund: This fund supports the administrative and financial management of our large division an it’s continued recruitment, training, and retention of highly qualified staff to support the research, education, and clinical mission of the division.
Faculty Development Fund
Eradication of Hepatitis C Fund: This fund supports the basic and clinical research efforts for the eracdication of hepatitis C.
Hepatitis Patient Care Fund: This fund is used to help remove barriers to the treatment of viral hepatitis such as co-payments and access to care for our patients.
Zero TB in Tibetan Kids: Untreated Tuberculosis is the number one health concern among Tibetan refugees, particularly the young. Meet the Johns Hopkins medical team which works in partnership with the Dalai Lama at Delek Hospital in Dharamsala India. Learn how you can help eliminate TB in Tibetan children in exhile.
Thanks to all of you that believe in the mission of our division and support our future. All of these campaigns remain open, but with your help they will be fully endowed.