How to Give
The University of Michigan, because it is one of the leading academic medical research institutions in the nation, has literally hundreds of faculty members – like those featured on this site – doing some of the most important and intriguing medical research in the nation and the world.
How can your gift make a difference to this work?
Gifts from individuals, foundations, corporations and associations play a key role in medicine at Michigan and make the following things possible:
- Start-up research being done by exciting young minds with promising and creative new ideas. From these new ideas may come solutions to disease challenges never before thought of. Funding from sources such as the National Institutes of Health is not available for this very early type of research.
- Recruiting to Michigan more of the brightest medical-scientist minds in the nation, helping to build the kind of powerful, collaborative environment where great things happen.
- Fellowships and scholarships to support the work of the students, residents and fellows who form an important part of the research and clinical teams everywhere in the University of Michigan Health System.
To make a secured gift online, please visit Michigan Online Giving
To learn more about Ways of Giving to the Department of Radiation Oncology, contact:
Gary W. Dettling
Associate Director, Cancer Programs
UMHS- Major Gifts
1000 Oakbrook Dr, Suite 100