Center for Translational Medicine
Giving to the Center
Your donations toward the Center for Translational Medicine support groundbreaking research that is changing how we understand and treat a range of diseases, from high blood pressure to diabetes to heart failure. This incredible collaboration of basic and clinical researchers who work closely with your physicians and physicians throughout the country are generating new and more effective treatments all the time.
We appreciate any support you can provide and invite you to contact Margaret Fala, Director of Development for Medicine, to learn about specific giving opportunities and areas of research that need your support.
Director of Development for the Department of Medicine
Supporting the Future of Medicine
|Mr. Gene Feiner|
The initial work of the Center was made possible thanks to a group of friends who were dedicated to its research activities. By funding first-rate laboratory facilities, their generosity supports in an ongoing way a series of novel investigations that seek to inform the latest in clinical care.
George Zallie, left, and Howard Weitz, M.D., right, Director, Divsion of Cardiology, at the George Zallie and Family Laboratory for Cardiovascular Gene Therapy dedication.
In the News
02/21/12 — Sophie Astrof, Ph.D., received an AHA Innovative Research Grant to study regulatory mechanisms of gene expression in cardiac neural crest stem cells.