Research for A Cure
Our research program is bringing hope through the work of scientists in the Hepatitis B Foundation Lab. We sponsor activities that help keep the national research focus on hepatitis B and promote innovative scientific exchange among academia, industry and government.
Hepatitis B Foundation Laboratory
Scientists in our lab have discovered a promising new compound for hepatitis B that is moving forward in the drug development process. Learn more.
Annual Princeton Workshop
Every year, we invite a small group of the nation's leading scientists and clinicians to focus on innovative therapeutic strategies for hepatitis B. The workshop is held in Princeton, NJ. Learn more.
Bruce Witte Fellowship
This competitive research award was established by Paul and Janine Witte, Co-Founders of the HBF, to encourage a beginning scientist to study hepatitis B in the Foundation labs. Learn more.
Summer Internship Program
College students are introduced to the unique problem of hepatitis B and learn new research skills in the Foundation labs. Learn more.
Leading researchers and scientists are invited to speak at the Hepatitis B Foundation. Each year the key note speaker is a renowned scientist who has been invited to be the "Distinguished Bruce Witte Lecturer". Learn more.