Your gift enables medical advances that change the world.
From the colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences to the UC Cancer Institute and the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, the University of Cincinnati is making a difference in medical research, education, training and treatment. Your gift will support students, patients, cutting-edge research, technology and more.
UC Cancer Institute - As part of Cincinnati's only Academic Medical Center, the UC Cancer Institute provides the best comprehensive cancer care in our region. Your support of the cancer research fund will help advance discovery and treatments for all cancer patients. Give now.
Hoxworth Blood Center - Founded in 1938, Hoxworth Blood Center is the only steward of the Tristate’s blood supply and needs at least 300 blood donors each day. Your support will help Hoxworth collect much needed blood, platelet and plasma products used by patients in 31 area hospitals. Give now.
Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute (HLVI) - This important organization excels in cardiovascular and pulmonary research and care, as well as basic science, translational and clinical research and training. Your support of the HLVI will help advance discovery and treatment for all cardiovascular and pulmonary patients. Give now.
UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute - A leading treatment, research and teaching center for complex neurological conditions, UCGNI includes more than 100 faculty members from 14 clinical specialties. Learn more about how you can support UCGNI.
The Charitable Pharmacy Residency Program - The residency program at St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy provides a last-resort safety net for those with no other way to access their prescription medications. Your support will help post-graduate, year-one pharmacy students travel to professional meetings and provide outreach in the community as well as patient care activities in underserved communities. Give now.
Global Surgery Rotation - Underwritten by the Global Surgery Fund, the Global Surgery Rotation offers an 8-week elective to be served at Mzuzu Central Hospital in Malawi, Africa. Malawi has 0.018 physicians per 1,000 people compared to 2.5 physicians per 1,000 people in the U.S. A faculty surgeon is onsite throughout the year assisting residents, participating in rounds, running outpatient clinics, and performing complex general and pediatric surgeries. Your support is essential to the growth and continued success of the global surgery program in providing essential care to a population in severe need of lifesaving surgical care. Give now.