Development

Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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The Department of Medicine development team has hit the ground running in FY19 with an ambitious goal of $22.68M. Some highlights from the first quarter include: $25K for the Division of Endocrinology from an anonymous donor to support the Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Innovation Fund. The gift will support the lab of Fred Anokye-Danso, MSc,(...)

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State of the Department Recap

State of the Department Recap

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Today's State of the Department marked the opening of this year's Medical Grand Rounds. In his address, Mark Anderson reviewed highlights from the past year including findings from the departmental five-year review, and shared his goals for the year ahead. Thank you to everyone who attended. We look forward to another productive year. Highlights include: Launch(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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The Department of Medicine Development Office is pleased to share that we have exceeded our annual goal, raising $26.2M in FY18 which will be directed towards faculty and program support, research and unrestricted use. Several highlights of our year include: $375K pledge supporting the Murex Leadership Award in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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Happy New Year from the Development Office! We’d like to share that we have raised $13,249,806 to date in gifts, grants and pledges. A few highlights include: An anonymous gift of $250K for Zero TB in Tibetan Kids Program in Infectious Disease The Nathan and Margaret Shock Aging Research Foundation gift of $387,569 to establish(...)

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First Quarter Report from the Development Office

First Quarter Report from the Development Office

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We are off to a great start in fiscal year 2018 with $8,245,232 raised in gifts, grants and pledges. A few highlights include: A bequest that will fund a Chair in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism A $250K bequest for The Pamela Tucker Fund in Infectious Disease A $60K gift for the Schoenborn/Young Fund in Geriatrics(...)

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Monica Butta Joins the Development Team

Monica Butta Joins the Development Team

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I am pleased to announce that Monica Butta joined the development team on August 14. Monica is a business development professional with over 25 years of experience, 15 of which have been in higher education. She earned an MBA with a concentration in organization development from the Carey Business School in 1993. She came to(...)

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April Report from the Development Office

April Report from the Development Office

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I am pleased to share that we have completed the third quarter of the fiscal year and have reached our goal early! We have raised $22,869,010 toward our goal of $20,250,000. Congratulations to all of our fundraising partners. Of course, we will continue to work hard during the fourth quarter and hope to secure more(...)

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Year-End Results for Fundraising

Year-End Results for Fundraising

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*pictured above: Rich Johns, Bob Johns, Mark Anderson, John Flynn, Jim Johns, Landon King, Sanjay Desai and seated, Dick Johns December was a busy month, and we are pleased to share that we have received $13,561,085 in gifts and pledges from donors toward our goal of $20,250,000.   Top commitments included: Dr. Richard Johns, $1,150,000 pledge for(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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We have raised $6,845,793 this year toward a goal of $20,250,000. A few large commitments that came in the first quarter are a $667,326 bequest intention for the Myositis Center, a total of $500,000 for the Amos Center for Food, Body and Mind in the Center for Innovative Medicine and $300,000 for the Vasculitis Center. A(...)

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