ISB has a dedicated Foundation Board chaired by Douglas Howe.
ISB’s researchers rely on philanthropy to conduct our groundbreaking science. Thank you!
You have an essential role to play in the future of human health. You open doors to a new approach that proactively focuses on wellness instead of reacting to disease.
By contributing to ISB, you are part of a team that is committed to shifting the health care model from treating sickness to fostering wellness. We accomplish this with our innovative scientific approach and education program. Together, we are tackling some of the biggest challenges facing human health today, including COVID, cancer, Lyme Disease, sepsis, and Alzheimer’s disease.
You are committed to a better future. ISB is here to make that a reality.
ISB is hosting a series of Research Roundtable conversations throughout 2022 that will feature our leading scientists discussing their latest research. These online events are designed for a lay audience, and are open to anyone interested in the topics. Featured scientists will also answer your questions.
The next event will be on May 12 at 4pm with ISB Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer Hadlock and Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Samantha Piekos on the topic of The Impact & Outcomes of COVID During Pregnancy.
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Gifts of appreciated stock benefit ISB’s research and may be tax-advantaged for you. Check with your financial advisor or CPA to learn more about making such a gift.
Many employers sponsor a matching gift program and will match your charitable contributions.
Planned gifts offer flexible strategies for your estate and charitable planning.
Come learn about our ongoing research projects and get to know our scientists and educators.
Events allow our corporate partners to reach target audiences who are passionate about our research.
Researchers across labs and disciplines at ISB, along with the global scientific community at large, are working to uncover the secrets behind COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease.
ISB Education is continually working to identify effective resources to support student learning. In response to the coronavirus outbreak and the closure of K-12 schools across the nation, we recognize that many schools and families are looking for resources to meet the needs of students.
ISB and our collaborative network of partners is pioneering a multimodal approach that combines personal data, lifestyle factors, cognitive training and systems medicine, and is rigorously testing these new approaches in clinical trials. This approach is critical to prevent, slow, and even reverse many neurological conditions before they become irreversible.