Addiction Research and Education

Addiction researchers are studying the physiological, genetic, and behavioral factors that play into the development of addiction and affect treatment outcomes. 

ALS Research & Education

Supports research and educational opportunities within the ALS Center of Excellence.

Alvin Schultz Education & Research

Funds support visiting professors for Medical Grand Rounds and provide educational experiences for residents. 

Brain Injury Emerging Technology

Supports the exploration of methods for improved classification of brain injury to enable better identification of people who do not recover. 

Cancer Research

Supports studies of the newest drugs, strategies, and therapies for the treatment and prevention of cancer. 

Cardiac Biomarkers Research

Supports clinical studies and trials, and analytical evaluations on cardiac biomarkers which are proteins released by diseased heart tissue that are key to determining if a person is having a heart attack. 

Children's Hunger & Growth Research

Supports research studies that show the impact that food insecurity has on the health and development of children. 

Clinical Research Outcomes

Supports research and major clinical trials to advance understanding of chronic diseases and help lead the way to new treatments for diseases.

Dementia & Aging Research

Supports research in the progression and prevention of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, with a special focus on cognitive impairment and patients with kidney disease, anemia, and diabetes. 

Diabetes & Obesity Research

Funds research to study newly arrived people to the U.S. and the progression of diabetes after acclimation. 

Environmental Impacts on Physicians

Explores the impact of working conditions on physician and provider career satisfaction, mental health, and the interaction of these factors with patient outcomes. 

Geriatric Research

Focuses on understanding how the aging process affects the development of disease, with a focus on preventing illness and improving quality of life. 

GI/Liver Disease Research

Investigators research the mechanisms and treatment of chronic liver diseases, including alcoholic hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, and viral hepatitis. 

Heart Disease Research

Studies early and late-phase trials of new drugs and devices, with the goal of improving outcomes. 

HIV Research

Supports studies that focus on expanding understanding of the HIV disease process, improving health outcomes, preventing the spread of HIV, and development of strategies to cure HIV infection.

Huntington's Disease Research

Supports clinical trials on new treatments for Huntington's.

Integrative Health Research

Supports important collaborations with Conventional Medicine in the areas of education and research by developing strategies that leverage the strengths of both Integrative and Conventional Medicine.

Kidney Disease Research

Investigators conduct clinical research on the various forms of kidney disease with a focus on prevention.

Lupus Research

Explores the benefits of a holistic approach to manage symptoms of Lupus.

Orthopaedic Research

Supports the exploration of solutions that treat illness and injury of the musculoskeletal system. 

Pediatric Sleep Disorders Research

Funds the study of sleep disorders in children. 

Pediatric R.E.A.C.H.

Focuses on the health and well-being of children, from babies to teens. 

Sleep Disorders Research

Explores the causes and treatments for sleep disorders.

Traumatic Brain Injury Research

Funds the research of the use of hyperbaric oxygen in the treatment of TBI.

Urgent Needs Research Support

Funds new research projects for which immediate funding is not available, bridges funding for continuing research that has lost its funding, and matching funding opportunities. 

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