News 2017

Exploring an Easy Way to Make On-Demand PrEP Last Longer in the Body

POZ Magazine

Brandon Gufford, PharmD, PhD, received an $85,000 Campbell Foundation grant to study a strategy to boost the effectiveness and lower the cost of Truvada as on-demand PrEP, a pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent acquiring HIV.

A Million Crises

Gold Coast Magazine

HIV is a singular disease, but it affects an exponential amount of lives -- especially here in South Florida. However, where there's tragedy, there's usually a group of organizations, scientists and supporters who are working to help, including The Campbell Foundation.

With South Florida a New Epicenter for HIV, a Global Funder Thinks Locally

Inside Philanthropy

Another good example of the local activation that been happening is the Campbell Foundation, which is solely devoted to HIV/AIDS research. Based in based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the foundation has funded over 140 HIV/AIDS research projects all around the world over the past 22 years. This is a small, niche foundation that fills education, prevention, and research gaps where needed in the field. 

Three South Florida Scientists Awarded Grant for HIV Research

South Florida Gay News

Three South Florida scientists on the front line in the HIV/AIDS battle have been given $25,000 grants to further their research. Scientists at the University of Miami, Florida International University and Broward Health are the proud recipients of the grants from The Campbell Foundation.

3 Grants Go to HIV Researchers Based in the Center of the U.S. Epidemic

POZ Magazine

The Campbell Foundation is fighting AIDS in its own backyard. Specifically, the Fort Lauderdale–based nonprofit is awarding $25,000 fast-track grants to scientists at the University of Miami, Florida International University and Broward Health.

HIV Groups and Pharma Provide Emergency Funds in the Wake of Hurricanes

POZ Magazine

The Campbell Foundation is fighting AIDS in its own backyard. Specifically, the Fort Lauderdale–based nonprofit is awarding $25,000 fast-track grants to scientists at the University of Miami, Florida International University and Broward Health.

Local Foundation Seeds World Class Research

Sun-Sentinel

South Florida is the epicenter for new HIV infections, said Campbell Foundation trustee Bill Venuti. To combat the disease, the Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit recently awarded three area institutions grants of $25,000 aimed at education, prevention and cure research.

$80,000 Grant to Develop an Attack on HIV Hiding in Lymph Nodes

POZ Magazine

Finding ways to destroy this so-called viral reservoir is key to curing HIV. That’s why The Campbell Foundation, a nonprofit funding nontraditional HIV research, awarded an $80,000 grant to Kristine Yoder, PhD—she’s using CRISPR-based gene editing technology to target hidden HIV.

Scripps Florida Scientists Find Functional Cure for HIV

Palm Beach Post

Finding ways to destroy this so-called viral reservoir is key to curing HIV. That’s why The Campbell Foundation, a nonprofit funding nontraditional HIV research, awarded an $80,000 grant to Kristine Yoder, PhD—she’s using CRISPR-based gene editing technology to target hidden HIV.

Campbell Foundation Ranked by FCAA Among Top HIV Funders

Funders Concerned About AIDS

Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) released its 15th annual Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS report. The Campbell Foundation ranked No. 80 out of 392 nonprofits around the world whose goal is to eradicate HIV/AIDS and to address its social and economic impact.

10 Nonprofits Serving Folks with HIV Each Get 5k in Holiday Hugs

POZ Magazine

’Tis the season for giving, and The Campbell Foundation does exactly that. The Fort Lauderdale– based nonprofit gave a $5,000 “holiday hug” to 10 HIV service organizations in Florida, for a total of $50,000 in awards.

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