The Child Health Institute at RWJMS needs your support to find the cures for childhood diseases. Our world-leading researchers work in areas of child health such as asthma, diabetes, autism and neurodevelopment, cancer and metabolism. We also train the next generation of child health researchers. Want to learn more about how you can make an impact on children's health? Come for a tour of the Child Health Institute and learn about our robust research programs from our renowned scientists. Contact Brittany Barkow at 336-327-8622 to schedule your tour today!
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Medical research and research training are expensive. Philanthropic support provides critical support to develop and sustain strong research and education programs and to develop new research areas. Private gifts fuel the Child Health Institute of New Jersey's commitment to providing a healthy future for all children through providing the seed funds for cutting-edge research, which will lead to a better understanding of pediatric diseases and the development of new treatments and cures, and our robust educational programs that mentor and train the next generation of superb researchers. Your support can help continue the institute's vital research and expand its efforts to tackle critical health issues, alleviate suffering, and save lives.
An anonymous donor will match the first $4,000 raised to the Child Health Institute at RWJMS
Children around the world face serious health problems that range from debilitating to life-threatening. Groundbreaking research and top-notch educational programs are critical to advancing care and ensuring that all children in New Jersey and beyond lead happy healthy lives. The Child Health Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is a comprehensive biomedical research center dedicated to improving children's health through the study of pediatric diseases and the development of treatments and cures.
Why are donations necessary?
The outstanding scientists at the institute focus on several major research areas that present some of the greatest challenges to children's health: inflammatory, immune, and infectious diseases; neurodevelopmental disorders and autism; pediatric cancers and stem cells; obesity and metabolism, and childhood development. The Child Health Institute is committed to providing high-quality educational opportunities through sophisticated research training, pediatric sub-specialty fellowships, graduate education, postdoctoral fellowships, and undergraduate research experiences. Laboratory research, seminar series, and attendance at scientific conferences enhance the educational experience of tomorrow's scientists committed to children's health.