The ISF is a non-profit organization committed to advancing understanding of the clinical biology of sepsis, to improving management of patients with sepsis, and to promoting clinician and lay education in sepsis. The ISF Council consists of some of the most recognized international experts in sepsis, infectious diseases, emergency medicine and critical care.
Council members have led many of the pivotal sepsis trials conducted in recent years and have extensive contacts and experience with major medical journals, research funding agencies and regulators.
The ISF is supported by grants and donations including those from the general public, Charitable Funds and companies interested in sepsis and infection.
Corporate supporters not only enable the ISF to advance its mission, but also derive unique and cost-effective benefits including: