The MRSA Foundation has chosen Dr. Zhang’s Lab at UCSD’s Jacobs School of BioEngineering as the recipient of our fundraising efforts.
Dr. Zhang has worked tirelessly to engineer a “biosponge” capable of eliminating MRSA at the most micro levels. The technology is cutting edge, the research is sound, and, above all, Dr. Zhang is an ethical man who is concerned with science, not money. In fact, the only reason Dr. Zhang’s Lab requests money is to help perform costly research and pay for the government processes necessary to deploy the biosponge to the masses.
The MRSA Foundation has just remitted its third donation to UCSD, and in total, has donated over $4,000. To commemorate and memorialize our efforts, the Jacobs School of Engineering has paved a stone in MRSA Foundation’s honor (pictured below):
Furthermore, since a fund has been started in the MRSA Foundation’s name, our supporters can donate directly to the UCSD fund if they desire. To donate to this fund directly, please contact Ji Song at the Jacobs School of Engineering and use fund number 86D33A.
We are proud and excited to be a part of this potential cure, and we will post more information as it becomes available, including pictures of the MRSA Foundation’s donor stone, how to donate to MRSA Foundation’s UCSD fund, and more information about Dr. Zhang’s research.
Thank you to all our supporters!