There are many ways that you can support the work of Georgetown University Medical Center researchers.
Why Your Gift Matters
Gifts to support Georgetown’s biomedical and health sciences research advance cutting-edge science and foster interdisciplinary collaboration, making a difference in patients’ lives both now and in the future while empowering the next generation of researchers to make breakthrough discoveries.
Our research priorities represent the depth and breadth of our expertise and focus on cancer, mind and brain, population health and global health research.
There are many ways that you can support our work and engage with the research and insights generated at Georgetown University Medical Center. Whether you would like to make a gift immediately, explore your philanthropic options, attend an educational event, or talk to one of our staff members about ways to direct your impact, we welcome your involvement.
When Would You Like to Give?
Learn how you can give now, spread out a gift, or plan for the future.Decide When to Give
What Could You Give?
Explore the possibilities – from cash to stocks, IRAs and more.Explore Further
How Could a Gift Fulfill Your Goals?
Design your philanthropy for meaningful impact, whether it be current use, endowed, or otherwise.See Your Options
How to Make a Gift
Opportunities to Support Our Work
Biomedical Graduate Education
Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) at Georgetown University encompasses master’s, PhD and certificate programs across basic and applied science, clinical disciplines, data science and pre-health training. Our students gain the skills necessary for a successful science career, and learn how to stand out to schools and employers.Support Scholarships at BGE
Fund a Fellow
Support the training of much-needed movement disorder specialists and engage with expert physicians and researchers, as well as other Parkinson’s patients and caregivers to discuss relevant issues through a series of dinner panels.Fund a Fellow for Parkinson’s
Partners in Research
Participate directly in funding critical early-stage biomedical research through a donor-led project selection process, followed by updates and progress reports on the selected projects throughout the year.Become a Partner in Research