2012 - 2013 Molly Appeal for Immunity, Inflammation & Infectious Diseases Research
The 2012 Molly Appeal will help medical researchers right here in the Maritimes unlock the mysteries of the immune system and find cures for infectious, inflammatory and immunologic diseases.
Our team of immunology researchers at Dalhousie Medical School want to know how the immune system can be revved up to protect us from bacteria, viruses and cancer, and how it can be toned down to stop inflammation, allergies and autoimmune diseases like juvenile diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. By donating to the Molly Appeal, you can give them the key.
Every dollar raised through this year's Molly Appeal will be used to purchase a high speed flow cytometer, technology that enables researchers to analyze more than 20,000 cells per second. Our researchers urgently need this equipment to shed light on the complex events that drive our immune cells to attack foreign invaders - or to turn against our own body's tissues.
Your gift to the 2012 Molly Appeal will help our researchers open the doors to further discovery in immunity, inflammation and infectious diseases. Your gift will help us find effective new ways to treat, prevent and cure a vast array of deadly and debilitating illnesses that affect people of all ages, all around the world.
Faces of Molly 2012 - 2013:
Dr. Ian Alwayn
Dr. Robert Anderson
Dr. Beth Cummings
Dr. Scott Halperin
Dr. Thomas Issekutz
Dr. Brent Johnson
Dr. Jean Marshall
Dr. Shelly McNeil
Dr. Chris Richardson
Dr. Nikhil Thomas
Dr. Jun Wang
Did You Know?
Molly Appeal launches! - September 6, 2012
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation's Molly Appeal for 2012 - 2013 is dedicated to immunity, inflammation and infectious diseases research at Dalhousie Medical School.
This year's campaign will raise funds for a high speed flow cytometer.
Learn about the many research initiatives happening in the Maritimes at
Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine by visiting our Faces of Molly section.