The Campbell Foundation
Helping Make HIV/AIDS History Since 1995
Many of the researchers we fund go on to write and publish their work in medical journals. Here are a few examples of some of the exciting findings from those we have helped over the years.
In October 2015, The Campbell Foundation 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. Dr. Gutierrez uses the grant to determine the relationship between HIV infection and cerebral arterial inflammation.
His research was published by the National Institutes of Health.
In January 2014, The Campbell Foundation awarded a $79,954 grant to the White River Junction VA Medical Center in Vermont to support research designed to improve the anti-HIV and anti-Herpes (HSV-2) activity of the antiretroviral drug Tenofovir. The work was published in the Journal of AIDS.
In 2012, The Campbell Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to Mount Sinai School of Medicine to study
Isolation of Novel Prothymosin-a Variants with Potent Anti-HIV & Interferon Inducing Activities. The research was published by the Public Library of Science (PLOS).