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Press Releases 2021
The Campbell Foundation Awards Awards $20,000 in “Holiday Hug” Grants to Florida Organizations Serving Those with HIV/AIDS
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL –– Dec. 16, 2021 –– Everyone needs a hug now and then, especially those who care for others. That’s why each year The Campbell Foundation awards its end-of-the-year “Holiday Hug” grants to deserving organizations that serve those living with HIV/AIDS in Florida. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Awards Awards $75K Grant to FAU Researcher Studying RNA Molecules Generated by HIV
FORT LAUDERDALE – Oct. 12, 2021 – Massimo Caputi, Ph.D., a professor of biomedical science at Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine in Boca Raton, has found a novel class of molecules called circular RNAs that HIV-1 generates while replicating in human cells. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Awards Awards $80K Grant to Study Long-Covid in HIV+ Patients
FORT LAUDERDALE – August 12, 2021 – The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit dedicated to funding HIV/AIDS research, has awarded Dr. Abdel-Mohsen an $80,000 grant to study whether gut leakiness increases the risk and severity of Long COVID-19 in people living with HIV/AIDS. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Awards Awards $85K Grant to Developers of HIV-Assist Mobile App
FORT LAUDERDALE – June 3, 2021 – Imagine a mobile app that helps physicians determine the best drug treatment regimen for those living with HIV/AIDS. Maunank Shah, MD, PhD. not only has imagined it, but with an $85,000 grant from The Campbell Foundation, he plans to take his idea from the drawing board to mobile phones around the world.
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The Campbell Foundation Awards $90K Grant to Researchers Investigating Cardiovascular Disease in People Living with HIV
FORT LAUDERDALE – April 5, 2021 – The Campbell Foundation has awarded a $90,000 grant to a pair of researchers investigating why cardiovascular disease (CVD) is significantly more prevalent among people living with HIV-1 than among those in the general population. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation’s Annual “Holiday Hug” Grants
Help to Fund Services For Those Living With AIDS/HIV
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Jan. 4, 2021 – The Campbell Foundation, which funds HIV/AIDS research, offers HIV/AIDS service organizations a “Holiday Hug” in the form of an unrestricted donation. We have been providing these end-of-year grants since 1996, allowing recipients to use the money in any way they see fit. This year, the foundation awarded eleven organizations $3,000 each, for a total of $33,000. Click here to read more.