Giving : Where to Give

Where to Give

Areas of Support

Named Endowed Chairs in Regenerative Medicine

Supports the work in perpetuity of distinguished professors ensuring excellence in fields of medical research with bearing on regenerative medicine, cellular therapy, and tissue engineering and translation into a clinical setting. An endowed chair is the highest honor that is bestowed on a distinguished professor and represents leadership and profound responsibility. Funds generated from an endowed chair in Regenerative Medicine provide invaluable financial support for new research into stem cell therapy and biology.

Annual Fund Program

Supports ISCI’s broad base of basic and clinical research programs in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapies. The Annual Fund ensures the feasibility of operational initiatives, such the acquisition and regular maintenance of scientific and medical research equipment. Gifts to the Annual Fund may also be earmarked to assisting in the cost of clinical trials.

Fellowship Program

Provides opportunities for the best and the brightest to be mentored by ISCI renowned scientists. This program provides the funding needed to pay for tuition, fees and living expenses of post-graduate scientists who come to ISCI for an invaluable experience in cross-disciplinary stem cell research.

Pilot Research Project Fund

Supports new areas of research that develop the preliminary data necessary to seek comprehensive federal and state funding, including National Institute of Health (NIH) R01 grants that provide $1.9 million over five years.

In addition to these special funds, there are numerous other opportunities to support the ISCI scientists and physicians collaborating on stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine. To learn more, please contact Rachel Cameau, Senior Director of Development at 305-243-3037 or by email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)