INFANT, is a nonprofit organization founded by Argentine doctors in 2003, whose mission is to investigate the causes of respiratory diseases that severely affect children, such as asthma, bronchiolitis, pneumonia and influenza.
We work with an organized, trained and dynamic network of 34 hospitals in Argentina and covering more than 5 million children and adults.
Translational Science Internship 2017: Students at Georgetown University are trained in the INFANT Foundation on pediatric diseases prevalent.
In this page you can find all the material used in your theoretical classes as well as in your lab work. In addition, you will find documents with institutional information from the INFANT Foundation and basic information about the Health Science Practice in Translation program.