Whether you choose to support people, programs or research, our donors help the School of Medicine maintain its longstanding reputation as one of the finest medical schools in the country. We are grateful for the generosity of those who help us advance health care.

I was able to attend WashU thanks to many generous donors who prioritized making its unsurpassed educational opportunities available to students from all walks of life. My deep gratitude for this gift inspires me to help expand access for others. 

Philip Pérez, MD ’14,
scholarship donor

Washington University is one of the world’s great academic and research institutions. Bill Danforth devoted his life to the university because he knew that knowledge and research, ultimately, could better humanity. DBBS is a source of pride for both Diana and me, and we want to honor Bill’s legacy by further elevating an already stellar program.

P. Roy Vagelos, MD, Roy and Diana Vagelos Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences donor

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Anita Artstein-Dunsay’s contributions to the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center will help Washington University scientists study the underlying mechanisms of cancer.

Over the years, I have read about the many breakthroughs happening at Washington University, not just in cancer but in many other areas as well. I have been so impressed with the brilliant people there who are doing such wonderful work. I chose to invest in Siteman because I knew they would put my resources to good use.

Anita Artstein-Dunsay, AB ’65, Siteman Cancer Center donor

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Our gift was a way to honor the incredible clinicians who played such important roles throughout our lives.

Carol B. Loeb, Founder of Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Teaching Fellows program with her late husband, Jerome T. Loeb

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We think it’s important for individuals who can afford it to help fund medical research. If you find out that a family member has a serious disease, don’t just sit back and think it’s too big for you to do anything about. Every gift helps get ideas for new treatments off the ground.

Rodger Riney,
School of Medicine donor

I give to WU because WU has given tirelessly to me. From my first day as a freshman, to graduation from medical school to current day, WU gave me opportunity, inspiration, education and passion and helped define me as an individual, shaping me into someone with something to contribute to the world.

Ericka Hayes, EN ’94, MD ’98, School of Medicine donor