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Your contributions make a profound difference

Thank you for considering Washington University School of Medicine for your gift. Private philanthropy makes a significant contribution toward advancing medical research that affects millions of lives. And each gift makes a great difference both in the treatment of patients and the research that leads to curing diseases.

Since 1891, Washington University School of Medicine has been dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and clinical care. We are among the top schools of medicine in the United States, and our patient treatment protocols and research outcomes have a national and global impact. Your role in this important mission is invaluable.

On behalf of the physicians, medical researchers and students of the School of Medicine, please accept my sincere gratitude for considering a commitment to the pursuit of advancing human health.

Best regards,

Larry J. Shapiro
Executive Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs and Dean
Washington University School of Medicine

Your support, making a difference

Fellowships making an impact

Fellowship support
Giving some of the most promising minds in science the opportunity to advance medical research, fellowship support may also honor a mentor or loved one. And your support is needed now more than ever.

Timothy Ley, MD, and Richard Wilson, PhD, of The Genome Institute

A visionary gift
Support like Dr. Joel Siner's recent gift to The Genome Institute is essential to translating scientific discovery into knowledge that directly benefits patients.

Barbara and Andrew Taylor

Advancing research in mental illness
A generous commitment from Andrew and Barbara Taylor and the Crawford Taylor Foundation will help advance research into the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental illness.