Conception, pregnancy, birth. This is one of the most natural functions of our bodies. Yet, due to diseases of the reproductive system, for many, it becomes a complicated, unattainable process.
The Campion Fund wants to change that. Through medical research and education, we are working to eradicate these diseases, restoring health and hope to women and men worldwide.Find Out More
Today, there is an urgent need to fund scientists who are dedicated to studying human reproductive diseases. You can help by contributing to the Campion Fund.
The Campion Fund provides peer-reviewed grants to qualified investigators, conducts scientific conferences for the exchange of information, and educates the public on fertility research. Thank you to all of our Donors for your continued support.Donate Now
All women (and men) are urged to attend the upcoming Public Meeting sponsored jointly by The Campion Fund and The Delta Sigma Theta Distinguished Professor Endowed Chair, North Carolina Central University
Uterine Fibroids 2017: A Case for Women’s Health
Saturday, March 11th, 2017
MDC Conference Room
307 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27701
Registration is Free. Click here to register.
Lunch will be provided
At this all day meeting for the general public learn about new scientific studies of fibroid biology, and about ongoing clinical trials of treatments. Learn about health insurance companies reimbursement decisions for new treatments. Finally learn about how women and their families can advocate for treatment options for these tumors that interfere with work and make life difficult and how women can work together to remove the barriers to effective treatments.
For further information contact either Phyllis Leppert: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Darlene Taylor: dtaylor@NCCU.EDU
Advances in Andrology: The Basic Science Behind Fertility
Friday, October 13, 2017
111 TW Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC, 27709
Organizers: Phyllis C. Leppert, Campion Fund, Humphrey Yao, NIEHS, Durham, NC
Abstract Deadline: August 15, 2017.
Speakers: Haifan Lin, Yale University; Janice L. Bailey, Université Laval; Blanche Capel, Duke University; Chris Geyer, Eastern Carolina University; Jannette Defour, Texas Tech University; Tony DeFalco, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital; Marty Matzuk, Baylor College of Medicine; Matthew Coward, UNC Chapel Hill; Debra Wolgemuth, Columbia University.