Philanthropy is vital to our continued success. We deeply appreciate gifts, grants, and commitments from individuals, private foundations and corporations. Donations raised are used to sustain and nurture our many areas of cutting edge basic research.
Breakthroughs from our scientists have greatly enhanced the world's understanding of the influence of immune defense and inflammation on disease management and healthcare advancement. It is our hope that the quality of life for future generations will vastly improve due to the discoveries being made in our research laboratories today. Our devoted team of esteemed scientists has dedicated their careers to achieving groundbreaking innovations to improve the health and well-being of individuals worldwide.
Generosity and leadership from donors enables us to continue to thrive as a world-class leader in medical discoveries. We enthusiastically welcome new donors into our committed research family.
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Why Support Us
Millions of Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases, and other immune-related illnesses such as cancer. We do not know many of their causes, and despite the development of promising new medications, we still don't have cures. Your donation to us will fund critical research that may lead to new medications, and even cures, for many of these serious and sometimes fatal diseases.
Advance the boundaries of medical knowledge
Your gift will expand research initiatives, lead to new biomedical knowledge, and increase the likelihood of helping millions worldwide fight diseases related to inflammation and immune-related disorders. Your generosity will also accelerate the creation of technologies that biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies can license to produce new treatments and cures.
Partner with the best
- Our scientific leadership consist of 15 Principal Investigators.
- Three of our principal scientists are members of the National Academy of Sciences; three are members of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences; two are Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigators and one is a member of the Institutes of Medicine.
- Our investigators annually publish over 100 peer-reviewed articles in the world's leading scientific journals.
- All of the investigator in the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine are academically affiliated with Harvard Medical School and are key members of one of the world's most creative and productive networks of biomedical research, patient care, and education.
To make a donation please visit Boston Children's Hospital Trust website at http://giving.childrenshospital.org/