News 2015

The Campbell Foundation Awards $100,000 Grant to HIV Researchers

Yahoo Fianance

 

The Campbell Foundation is pleased to announce that its first grant of 2015 has been awarded to researchers who have already made great strides toward the goal of treating the neurological complications of HIV.

Amfar Makes $100-Million Push for an End to AIDS by 2020

Chronicle of Philanthropy

 

Sensing that a cure is near, the Foundation for AIDS Research, or Amfar, has committed $100-million that will go, in part, toward a research center committed to ending the disease in the next five years.

The Campbell Foundation Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Fort Lauderdale Magazine

 

Sensing that a cure is near, the Foundation for AIDS Research, or Amfar, has committed $100-million that will go, in part, toward a research center committed to ending the disease in the next five years.

Learn Your Status on HIV Testing Day

Sun-Sentinel

 

Ken Rapkin's letter to the editor about the importance of HIV testing and The Campbell Foundation's ongoing efforts to help find a cure.

 

Focusing on Nonprofit HIV Research

POZ Magazine

 

With the data they reaped from the Campbell Foundation funding, many of our grantees have gone on to get money from Gates or the National Institutes of Health, Program Officer Ken Rapkin told POZ magazine.

South Florida Foundation Awards Grants for Local HIV/AIDS Research

Miami Herald

 

A Fort Lauderdale foundation has awarded three grants to researchers who are working toward HIV/AIDS eradication in South Florida.

 

The Campbell Foundation Celebrates 20th Anniversary

South Florida Gay News

 

The Campbell Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary in March 2015 at the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. The South Florida Gay News provided coverage.

3 HIV Research Labs Awarded $30K Fast-Track Campbell Grants

POZ -- July 8, 2015

 

Three groups of HIV scientists in south Florida each received $30,000 fast-track research grants from the Campbell Foundation.

FAU Researcher Wins $30,000 Grant

Palm Beach Post

 

The Campbell Foundation awarded a $30,000 grant to FAU researcher Dr. Massimo Caputi who is studying how a cellular protein named SRSF1 to inhibit HIV replication in T-cells.

Inflammation in Kids with HIV is Subject of Campbell Grant

POZ Magazine

 

Three groups of HIV scientists in South Florida each received $30,000 fast-track research grants from the Campbell Foundation.

The Campbell Foundation Funds Research to Study Heart Disease, Diabetes in Children with HIV

FHI

 

The Campbell Foundation awarded a $48,900 grant to University Hospital's Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital.

HIV Treatments Can Come With Side Effects

Sun-Sentinel

 

Ken Rapkin's letter to the editor about new report on HIV rates in South Florida and the continued need to find a cure for HIV/AIDS

 

The Campbell Foundation funds research to study vascular disease in patients with HIV

FHI

 

The Campbell Foundation has awarded a $60,000 grant to Dr. Jose Gutierrez, Assistant Professor of Neurology in the Division of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.

Nonprofit Foundations Funding HIV-Cure Research, Fill Urgent Need

HIV Equal

 

Non-profit organizations are funding some HIV/AIDS research that otherwise might not happen due to difficulties in obtaining scarce federal funding.

10 AIDS Service Groups Get $5K 'Holiday Hugs' From Campbell

POZ Magazine

 

Ten groups that provide direct HIV/AIDS services in Florida received a "Holiday Hug" -- a $5,000 year-end grant to use as they see fit -- from the Campbell Foundation.

The Campbell Foundation awards 10, $5,000 Grants to Florida Nonprofits Serving the HIV/AIDS Community

Sun-Sentinel

 

Bill Venuti awards a $5,000 check to Dr. Ana Puga and Ana E. Calderon Randazzo of the Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center.

The Campbell Foundation awards 10, $5,000 Grants to Florida Nonprofits Serving the HIV/AIDS Community

Sun-Sentinel

 

Bill Venuti awards a $5,000 check to L.J. McHugh of the Povarello Center in Fort Lauderdale.

$100K Campbell Grant Focuses on Neurological Issues of HIV

POZ Magazine

 

Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Campbell Foundation, researchers in Israel can continue developing a method to deliver the HIV med tenofovir through the blood-brain barrier.

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