National Blood Foundation Scientific Research Grants Program
Radioisotopic reflections
Deleterious clinical effects of transfusion immunomodulation
The impact of the National Blood Foundation
Control of immune responses induced by the transfer of allogeneic white blood cells during transfusion
Transforming growth factor-β1, Th1 responses, and autoimmune liver disease
Studies of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
From an early National Blood Foundation award to our ongoing studies in fetal and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia
The importance of National Blood Foundation funding
Assessment of the correlation of platelet morphology with in vivo recovery and survival
Protective human immunity as a vaccine discovery tool for falciparum malaria
Mechanisms of human immunodeficiency virus-1 latency
Complexities of the Dombrock blood group system revealed
Developing phage display tools for use in transfusion medicine
The role of endothelial activation in the pathogenesis of transfusion-related acute lung injury
Deciphering the function of the Rh family of proteins
Development of complement therapeutics for inhibition of immune-mediated red cell destruction
Twenty Years of Grant Giving
Nine Grant Recipients Receive over $400,000 from National Blood Foundation in 2005
National Blood Foundation Council on Research and Development
National Blood Foundation 20 Years of Institutional Support
National Blood Foundation Partners Program
How to Apply for a 2006 Grant