KUMC Pathology Giving
Thank you to all individuals and groups who have graciously supported KUMC's Pathology & Laboratory Medicine's endowment programs with their contributions. We are most appreciative.
Our programs support departmental development and vital aspects of education opportunities. For each contribution you provide, your gift will be fully tax deductible and you will receive appropriate paperwork from the KU Endowment Association (KUEA) towards your tax forms. Donations may be made either online per links below or by mailing in your check. If you have questions regarding designation of your donation or if you would like to create a new fund for Pathology, please contact any of the following for assistance:
- Zoë Baldwin, Assistant Director, Pathology Education: 913.588.7192 (direct line)
- Matt Rhea, Associate Development Director in KU Endowment: 913.588.1269 (direct line) or 1.888.588.5249 (toll free line)
- KU Endowment Website
Current Donation opportunities include:
A gift to this fund provides support to the department's Post-Sophomore Fellowship program. Medical students who have completed Phase 1 studies and Step 1 Board exams qualify for this rotation, which extends the entire Academic Year, allows Anatomic and Clinical Pathology rotations and research opportunities similar to those of a first year resident.
Financial prizes for best case presentation, highest in service exam score and best manuscript are awarded to residents at the annual graduation dinner. Gifts to this fund promote practice and research excellence by residents.
Donald J. Svoboda, MD Memorial Library Fund (Resident Library Fund)
A gift to this fund is named in honor of Professor of Pathology Donald J. Svoboda MD, and will be used to support the resident education program through funding of conference participation and attendance, research efforts and education materials.
A gift to this fund provides unrestricted support to the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine to help achieve our multiple missions related to patient care, education and research.