Advancing vasculitis research to improve diagnosis and treatment is critical for the care of our patients and important to the overall mission of our Center. We are successful in our mission only because of the combined efforts of all members of our Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center team and their valuable contributions:
- Dedicated physicians and research investigators
- Generous patients who selflessly contribute their time and samples
- Financial contributions to support vasculitis research
We welcome you to consider becoming a participant in one of our research studies related to vasculitis. Many studies involve little more than donating a blood sample during one of your appointments.
Often grateful patients, family members, and friends ask what they can do to support the work of the Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center. Financial support for medical research directly benefits our patients. For this reason, we have established the Discovery Fund for Vasculitis Research.
Although grants support some of our research and patient education projects, monetary gifts from individuals who realize the importance of these efforts play an essential role in maintaining the Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center as a Center of Excellence.
We would like to share with you one such inspiring story:
We are happy to discuss research in progress with all current and potential donors. Please contact us at the Center directly to learn more about making a tax deductible contribution:
The Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center
Bayview Medical Center
5501 Hopkins Bayview Circle
JHAAC, Room 1B.1A
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Donna R. Bolin
Senior Associate Director of Development
Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
5200 Eastern Avenue
MFL Center Tower, Suite 358
Baltimore, MD 21224
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