A University of Texas researcher Netanya Utay, MD, who is exploring ways to decrease lymph node fibrosis, or scarring of the lymph nodes, in people living with HIV has been awarded a $75,000 grant from The Campbell Foundation.
The Campbell Foundation, based in Ft. Lauderdale, has awarded a $75,000 grant to Dr. Netanya Utay, an assistant professor in the department of Internal Medicine at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth.
Some hopeful news was revealed this week in the area of HIV drug resistance. Dr. Robert Shafer and his team at the Stanford University School of Medicine have received a $75,000 grant to continue their years of work toward developing a test that can detect a person’s resistance to HIV meds.
A $75,000 grant from The Campbell Foundation will help Robert Shafer, MD, and his team continue their work developing a test that can quickly and precisely detect a person’s resistance to HIV meds.
HIV can cause many issues, including premature aging and a state of inflammation — to the point of spurring other illnesses. This is the case even when someone has their HIV under control with medication.
The Campbell Foundation awards $100,000 to The Wistar Institute to explore glycobiology and HIV.
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The Campbell Foundation gave a $5,000 "holiday hug" to ten organizations, totaling $50,000, working on issues involving HIV/AIDS.
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