Areas of Need

Supporting Resident Education — Investing in Tomorrow’s Surgeons

The expectations for surgeons have evolved beyond the ability to identify and delicately repair damage caused by illness and injury.

We are committed to developing surgeons who are highly adept and innovative — surgeons that go on to lead our country’s top hospitals and health systems. And few institutions in the nation are better positioned to advance the future of health care than the University of Michigan.

Support future physicians in changing surgery practice — and the scope of medicine nationally and globally for decades to come.

» Give Now: Surgery Residency Program Research Years


Supporting Faculty — Bringing Together the Leaders & Best

Professorships in surgery honor both the donor and the accomplished recipient by helping the next generation of surgical leaders achieve their full potential.

These gifts support a new or current world-class faculty member in our department by funding a portion of their salary and covering research expenses in order to enable their success.

This endowment will further the groundbreaking achievements made by the recipient and will spur discoveries that may change the course of care.

» Give Now: Academic Surgeon Development Program


Supporting Research — Innovations with Impact

Among our top priorities is ensuring that our clinicians and scientists are ready to kick-start important research.

As we continue to advance multidisciplinary studies, we want all investigators — from clinical to basic science — to have the resources to come together.

Supporting these efforts will enhance our ability to make groundbreaking discoveries that will directly and profoundly benefit patients.

» Give Now: Surgery Fund for the Future


Supporting Outreach — Advancing Global Health

Our commitment to superior health care takes us around the world, partnering with doctors and patients in Mexico, China, India, Colombia, and beyond. This global outreach creates a positive ripple effect, as Michigan surgeons share their knowledge and learn from their local partners in turn.

This work also provides robust training opportunities for residents and fellows, frequently inspiring a lifelong engagement with international health work.

An investment in this outreach will yield tangible results in our community and around the world.

» Give Now: Surgery Gift Fund