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School of Medicine

Better Health and Better Outcomes

Yale School of Medicine cares. For cutting-edge science, for advanced clinical care, and for training of medical professionals who care for the world. Your gifts during the For Humanity campaign sustain this vital mission, enabling our scientists and physicians to expand their skills from bench to bedside. You can support breakthroughs in how to prevent, detect, and treat disease—and help bring these discoveries to the people who need them most.

Advancing our Mission

Yale School of Medicine educates and nurtures creative leaders in medicine and science, promoting curiosity and critical inquiry in an inclusive environment enriched by diversity. We advance discovery and innovation fostered by partnerships across the university, our local community, and the world. We care for patients with compassion and commit to improving the health of all people. During the For Humanity campaign, you can sustain this mission with giving in support of faculty, students, research, equipment, and clinical programs.

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August 2, 2021

Supporting Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Usdan-Snyder Life Planning Fund for Adults with Special Needs will create and sustain a program to work with families and caregivers, helping them develop and implement strategies for children with ASDs to navigate life through adulthood.
Eon Shin ’01 MD and Nara Shin ’02 MD

September 1, 2020

Training the Next Generation of Doctors

Eon Shin ’01 MD and Nara Shin ’02 MD met at Yale School of Medicine, which shaped their lives and careers. Now they’re giving back.
Yale School of Medicine

June 28, 2019

The Biology of Survival

The Blavatnik Family Foundation has given a $5 million grant to fund the research of Ruslan Medzhitov, Sterling Professor of Immunobiology at the Yale School of Medicine.
For Humanity

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