Professor Martin Fisher

The Martin Fisher Foundation is being established to celebrate and take forward the legacy of the incredible work which Martin led to treat with dignity, compassion and respect patients with HIV and focus on the development of new strategies for effective treatment and prevention.  This work was centred on Brighton and Hove but through his distinguished research career has had a global reach.

Many people – family, patients and colleagues from all over the world - have paid wonderful tributes to his work and the impact it has had on saving and improving lives. There is a strong motivation and determination that we should come together to ensure that this fantastic work continues and this will be the focus of the Martin Fisher Foundation.

The specific projects of the foundation will be developed over the coming months – but ambitions will be focused on world class research, excellence in the delivery of patient centred care of those affected by HIV and high quality teaching.

This will be an inclusive process – which reflects Martin’s way of working. An Advisory Committee is being formed to guide the board of Trustees in developing these ideas and will include patients, healthcare staff, national and international professional organisations and community groups.

 

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This will be an inclusive process – which reflects Martin’s way of working. An Advisory Committee is being formed to guide the board of Trustees in developing these ideas and will include patients, healthcare staff, national and international professional organisations and community groups.