The mission of Smith Infectious Diseases Foundation is to conduct, support and encourage research and studies in the general area of infectious diseases, their origination, contagion and cure, for the benefit of the public in Newark NJ, its environs, and around the world.
“We do not have all the answers yet, but we will never, ever rest until we find them.”
– Dr. Leon G. Smith, Founder
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At The Smith Infections Disease Foundation, we offer medical research services to promote the field of infectious disease research. For more about funding for scientific research, we invite you to explore our site.
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“I am aware not only of your great expertise but also of your generosity and the very practical assistance which you offer to so many people here in our area, and indeed, around the world – even to the Vatican.”
Most Reverend John J. Myers, Archbishop of Newark
“I write to congratulate you on your 50 years of service at Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey. You are truly an icon at Saint Michael’s. We all look up to you with so much respect and gratitude. You have truly dedicated your life to Saint Michael’s.
How often have you taken care of us, free of charge. Your patients have included Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops, Monsignors, priests, Religious Brothers and Sisters, and Cloistered Nuns. Your expertise and wisdom have helped us all.
Your care of the poor is well known. So often have you reached out, in a selfless way, to take care of the most needy among us. May God reward you for your charity.”
Most Reverend Manuel A. Cruz, D.I., Auxiliary Bishop of Newark
The Smith Infectious Disease Foundation is once again looking to make small grants to physicians, research projects and medical school institutions who have projects concerning infectious diseases. Please forward a two-page synopsis of the project to: