Irene J. and Dr. Abraham E. Goldminz Professor of Immunology and Respiratory Medicine
As medical professionals, Irene J. & Dr. Abraham E. Goldminz formed a unique appreciation of National Jewish Health's preeminence in immunology and respiratory medicine, and maintained a special understanding of the crucial nature of our research and care in these areas. With this gift, they continue their dedication to improving the health of those who suffer from chronic and life-threatening illnesses. This chair is currently under funding and is not yet filled.
Ida and Cecil Green Professor of Cell Biology
John C. Cambier, PhD
This Professorship, funded by Ida and Cecil Green, helps National Jewish Health produce results that add to our store of knowledge and our competence in overcoming disease. Learn more about the Ida and Cecil Green Professor of Cell Biology.
The Catherine Kramer Professor of Clinical Mycobacteriology
Through this professorship, the C.L.C. Kramer Foundation generously supports National Jewish Health's efforts to combat tuberculosis and non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections.
The Catherine Kramer Scientist in Pediatric Medicine
Donna Bratton, MD
By funding a scientist in pediatric medicine, the Kramer family supports essential work in molecular and cellular biology and promotes continued breakthroughs in childhood diseases. Learn more about The Catherine Kramer Scientist in Pediatric Medicine.
Margaret A. Regan Professor of Pulmonary Inflammation
Peter M. Henson, PhD
This professorship, funded by Margaret A. Regan, helps National Jewish Health maintain its leadership in the research and treatment of lung disease. Learn more about the Margaret A. Regan Professor of Pulmonary Inflammation.