Donate by Mail
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Office of Development and Alumni Relations
P.O. Box 910888
Dallas, TX 75391-0888
At the UTSW Department of Neurological Surgery, we strive to transform how diseases and disorders affecting the brain are diagnosed, treated, and cured. We need your help to make this possible.
Your gift to the Department of Neurological Surgery can sustain:
- Specific research initiatives for various specialties and faculty that you would like to support
- The integration of brain research and clinical activities to quickly bring scientific advances to the bedside
- A healing environment for patients and their families
- Recruitment and retention of the best and brightest clinicians and scholars
- Education and training of the next generation of top physicians, scientists, and health care professionals
Projects to Support
Gifts may be specifically directed to particular projects or undesignated, enabling support wherever current needs are greatest. You may also donate to unrestricted funds to support the Department of Neurological.
Some examples of areas to support include:
- Understanding and Treating Parkinson Disease
- Developing Cognitive Neuroprosthetics
- Brain Tumor Therapeutics
- Spinal Biomechanics and Therapeutics
- Functional Neurosurgery
- Brain Tumor Surgery
- Pediatric Neurosurgery
- Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery
Ways to Give
- Recurring donation
- Tribute in someone’s honor
- Anonymous contribution
- One-time contribution
To learn more about supporting the Department of Neurological Surgery in general, any of the projects listed above, or how your gift can make the greatest impact, contact UT Southwestern's Office of Development at 214-648-2344 or email@example.com.
As a public institution of higher education, charitable contributions made to UT Southwestern Medical Center may be tax deductible under section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.
To improve the care of patients with brain, spine, and nerve disease – here and beyond – through personalized care, innovations, and discovery.
UT Southwestern Neurosurgery will be a leading hub for innovation and high quality personalized neurosurgical care, education, and research.