Every gift counts. Every year.
Today's healthcare challenges require exceptional leadership and a focused direction. Your partnership with The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) supports the healthcare leaders of today and tomorrow through unrestricted giving. Philanthropic contributions to the annual fund allow the leadership of the university to seize opportunities as they arise to fund programs and services in education, innovative research endeavors, technology development, and to recruit and retain the most talented students and professors.
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How Your Gifts Have Helped UTHealth
We would not be celebrating 40 years as Houston’s health university without the generous and loyal support of our donors. Over the past four decades, UTHealth has made great strides in the areas of research, education and patient care, improving the quality of life and increasing our health options. Each of our six schools makes distinctive contributions to these achievements.
In the fall of 2012, the UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences welcomed two new deans, Michelle C. Barton, PhD, and Michael R. Blackburn, PhD, dedicated to the highest level of education and research.
The sixth-largest medical school in the country, UTHealth Medical School is home to one of the largest medical practices in the city, and the fastest growing academic medical practice in the country.
The UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics was the first national program at a school level devoted exclusively to graduate education in biomedical and health informatics. It is the only academic program of its kind in Texas.
Even though the Open to Health initiative and the move to a beautiful new state-of-the-art facility have been completed, UTHealth School of Dentistry’s motto continues to be the best is yet to come as they continue to move toward the goal of becoming the best dental school in the world.
Ranked in the top five percent of U.S. nursing graduate schools, the UTHealth School of Nursing is a recognized trendsetter in pursuing innovative solutions to the nursing shortage.
Protecting communities and preventing illness are the ultimate outcomes in the world of public health. UT School of Public Health has developed programs to heighten awareness about the debilitating effects of physical inactivity and obesity.
We are proud of UTHealth’s contributions to the advancement of human health. These wonderful contributions are our donors’ achievements as well. Your support touches the lives of patients, students and health professionals alike. On behalf of all the schools, thank you!
For more information about annual giving at UTHealth, please contact:
- The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
- Office of Advancement
- 7000 Fannin, Suite 1200
- Houston, TX. 77030
- Susan Diederich
- Director of Annual Giving