Supporting Biomedical Research at Georgetown

Ways to Support Biomedical Research

Funding from private donors is critical for scientists to advance innovation in the understanding and treatment of life-threatening diseases. There are several ways that Partners in Research program members can contribute to the cutting-edge research being conducted at Georgetown.

Donations to the Partners in Research program are pooled together to fund the projects chosen at the annual selection meeting. In addition, Partners can fund an individual project that interests them personally.

Partners may also make a gift of stock or appreciated securities, set up an endowment, or include Georgetown University Medical Center in their estate planning.

A planned gift establishes a legacy at Georgetown for generations to come. It can also offer substantial financial benefits and tax savings.

Levels of Giving and Benefits

Partners in Research program members receive the following benefits:

Leadership Level ($25,000 or more)

  • Opportunity to select individual project to fund—includes private research lab tours, meetings with researcher(s), and personal updates on research progress
  • Two tickets to annual Lombardi Gala on November 18, 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC
  • All of the benefits outlined in the Researcher Level

Researcher Level ($10,000–$24,999)

  • Invitation to annual Georgetown Lombardi Capital Breast Care Center Gift of Life Breakfast on October 10, 2017 at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
  • Invitation to lunch and lab tour with Director, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Invitation to Shadow a Researcher for a day in the lab
  • All of the benefits outlined in the Partners Level

Partners Level ($1,000–$9,999)

  • Invitation to the 8th Annual Ruesch Center for the Cure of Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium from November 30 to December 2, 2017 at the Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center
  • Research briefing with Dean for Research, Georgetown University Medical Center
  • Opportunity to vote for Breakthrough Award recipients at annual Project Selection Meeting
  • All of the benefits outlined in the Contributor Level

Contributor Level (up to $999)

How to Donate to Partners in Research

Make your donation online and select "Partners in Research" as your gift designation.

If you have questions or would like to discuss your donation or Partners in Research participation, please contact a member of our staff.

Click here to get in touch about supporting biomedical research at Georgetown.

Paula Frishman
Assistant Vice President for Advancement

Rosemarie Treanor Martini
Associate Director of Development

Maja Breznik
Senior Development Associate

202-687-8463
PartnersinResearch@georgetown.edu