The Jeffrey Modell Foundation is a global non-profit organization dedicated to early diagnosis, genetic sequencing, treatments, and ultimately, future cures for Primary Immunodeficiency (PI) through awareness, advocacy, and research. Foundation efforts are motivated by the opportunity to make a world of difference in the lives of patients living with PI by advocating for newborn screening and genetic sequencing, promoting public awareness about PI, and working tirelessly to find possible cures by funding critical research programs. The Foundation is currently in its thirty-sixth year of operation and continues to focus its attention on the value of a life.
The Jeffrey Modell Foundation is motivated by the opportunity to make a world of difference in the lives of patients with PI by advocating for newborn screening, promoting public awareness for PI, and developing new methods to improve diagnosis and treatment. Click on a program to learn more:
The Jeffrey Modell Foundation supports much needed research for Primary Immunodeficiencies by awarding funding to physicians and scientists working in PI-related fields. To date, JMF has awarded over $6,000,000 in grant support across our three research programs:
The Jeffrey Modell Foundation creates and disseminates educational materials and builds new programs to encourage awareness of Primary Immunodeficiencies. The goal of these educational programs is to increase knowledge about PI within the healthcare community to improve PI management, clinical care and clinical recognition.