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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Hurricane Harvey Relief Funds

Please consider supporting the GSBS after Hurricane Harvey’s impact by donating funds at our parent institutions, MD Anderson and UTHealth. You can indicate “For GSBS” in the comments or special instructions section of the donation forms. Thank you for your support. #WeAreGSBS


Hawkings Fellowship Awardees

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Russell and Diana Hawkins Family Foundation Discovery Fellowship in Neurodegenerative Disease

These fellowships are funded through a generous  gift of $260,000 gift over five years from Russell and Diana Hawkins, the largest individual benefactors to GSBS, to date.  The Hawkins’ Discovery Fellowships support biomarker research for its first emerging area. Research by Hawkins Discovery Fellows generates new data and breakthroughs that better position the teams’ research to be highly competitive for significant new National Institutes of Health and other extramural funding.

Giving to GSBS

The students whose lives you touch with your help are the very students charged with the quest to find solutions to our most critical health concerns.

While over 70 GSBS student award winners annually receive monetary award recognition, there 450 other exemplary students in a vast number of biomedical sciences areas whose work is waiting to be awarded WHEN FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE. WE COUNT ON YOU!

To play a part in increasing this support you may help in several ways:

All gifts at any scale and to any category will be acknowledged, are tax deductible, may be accomplished through an estate or will, may be matched by a corporation to enhance the value of your gift, may be used for memorial gifts to honor a favorite faculty, family member or friend with a notice sent to inform the family of the honor (not the amount) of your gift.

Consider a charitable gift annuity to increase your retirement earnings!  What better way than by a gift to support, encourage and reward students who will become the scientists of tomorrow – our knowledge generators of the future.

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