Medicine Tomorrow for the Yale Epilepsy Group
The Yale Epilepsy Group’s unique multidisciplinary approach transcends traditional research and clinical care models for patients suffering from epilepsy, one of the most prevalent neurological diseases. Collaborations between research groups are a hallmark of Yale School of Medicine, where extraordinary leaps are being made in translational medicine, and bring us closer to new generations of therapies and ultimately the promise of eradicating epilepsy and other neurological disorders.
At no point in history has medical research made advances at the current breathtaking pace. The School of Medicine welcomes partnership through private funding for our projects. The gift opportunities listed below will help to secure the future of our programs, and endowments can be named for the donor or in tribute to another individual. Gifts of every size are meaningful and important to our ability to provide the best care of all of our patients.
Named Endowment Opportunities
To support research conducted by teams of faculty and graduate students
To support a young investigator for a fixed duration. Eligible for 100% matching funds from Yale University
The highest honor the Yale School of Medicine can bestow upon a faculty member who is distinguished as a leader in medicine. The fund will assist the faculty member’s research and scholarly activities.
Gifts for current use
An outright contribution of cash or securities is not endowed in perpetuity, but is put to work immediately, providing funding for current research or clinical care programs. The donor may indicate the area of work he or she wishes their gift to support.
Checks should be made payable to “Department of Neurology at Yale” and mailed to the Office of Development, Yale School of Medicine, PO Box 7611 New Haven, CT 06519-0611, attention Sharon McManus.
Gifts of Marketable Securities
A gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year is frequently the most economical way to give. You will eligible to take a federal income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift for up to 30% of your adjusted gross income and will not have to recognize the appreciation as capital gain.
For further information about supporting the Yale Epilepsy Group at the Yale School of Medicine, please contact Sharon McManus at email@example.com (203) 436-8543. Additional information: http://yaletomorrow.yale.edu/schools_units/sch_medicine.html