The research advances emanating from Yale’s Section of General Internal Medicine (GIM) require constant and consistent funding. Private philanthropy often provides critical early support to researchers who wish to pursue creative but untested approaches to important questions, allowing investigators to collect the initial data needed to successfully compete for external funding. Your generosity can fuel research that will lead to tomorrow’s treatments and cures. Current-use gifts may be directed for specific projects, while endowments can generate perpetual support for investigators just launching their careers or for a senior professor with a sustained record of accomplishment. To find out more about how to contribute to GIM’s research projects, contact Richard Galiette at 203-436-8529 or email@example.com.
Philanthropy fuels research
Medicine@Yale, 2012 - June