Green Family Foundation Plaque Unveiled at the Batchelor Children's Institute at University of Miami
The University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine recently unveiled a plaque to honor of the contributions made to the school by the Green Family Foundation. The installation is located just outside the elevators on the second floor of the Batchelor Children's Research Institute building of the University of Miami Jackson Memorial Medical Center.
With help from the three-year grant from Green Family Foundation, the school has made significant strides in conducting research on pediatric infectious diseases, immunology and international health issues. Just last week the Miller School pediatric researchers concluded a study that found that children with HIV can reap great benefits from participating in a structured exercise program. Read about that here.
The Green Family Foundation is honored to have the dedicated plaque and is proud of the accomplishments of the University of Miami School of Medicine.
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