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Are you interested in investing in Emory University Department of Medicine Division of Digestive Diseases? Emory’s expertise in digestive disease research begins with the basic sciences, where innovative ideas are born, and continues through every phase of clinical trials. Our strategy is to convert laboratory findings into new approaches for diagnosing, treating, and preventing disease. This takes tremendous resources, and the division’s faculty relies on the generosity of private donors. Philanthropy helps Emory specialists apply their extraordinary expertise to life-changing discoveries. You can support their work with a gift to the Division of Digestive Diseases.
Previous gifts have gone to support the following:
- R. Bruce Logue Professorship endowment
- Professor in Digestive and inflammatory Bowel Diseases endowment
- Research in intestinal biology, non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases
- Marcus Foundation grant has provided educational materials for trainees
- Shanthi Sitaraman Lectures (read more below)
Invest now in the future of Digestive Diseases education!
Questions? Please contact Jeff Verver, Director of Development, 404-727-7386 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fund the Shanthi V. Sitaraman Lecture Series | The Shanthi V. Sitaraman Lectures: Frontiers in Gastroenterology features distinguished speakers who will present the most current developments in gastroenterology and interact with faculty, students, staff, and members of the community. Serving as a lasting tribute to Dr. Shanthi Sitaraman, MD, PhD this lectureship will enhance teaching, research, outreach, and healthcare by providing greater access to top professionals in the field. Dr. Sitaraman’s family has invited us to join them in honoring her by making a gift to the lectureship.
You can support the Sitaraman Lectureship by making a gift today. Your tax-deductible contribution may be spread over two to five years, and Dr. Sitaraman’s family will be notified of all contributions made in tribute to her work.
If you have any questions, please contact our project coordinator, Jennifer Morton, at 404-727-4075.