Biomedical Graduate Education

Georgetown University is consistently classified by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education as an institution with “very high research activity.” Georgetown University Medical Center is home to the university’s most robust research enterprise, consistently securing approximately $100 million annually in externally sponsored funding supporting a broad continuum or research from basic to applied translational science.

The Medical Center research community includes specialists in a wide array of disciplines and is recognized internationally for its work, most particularly in the areas of cancer, the neurosciences and global health. It is home to a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and a Clinical and Translational Science Award, one of a few select institutions in the country to hold both of these federal grants.

Your Support Matters

Gifts to Georgetown’s Biomedical Graduate Research Organization (BGRO) advance cutting-edge research and foster interdisciplinary collaboration, making a difference in patients’ lives both now and in the future while empowering the next generation of researchers to make breakthrough discoveries.

There are many ways that you can support the work of BGRO and engage with the research and insights generated at Georgetown University Medical Center. Whether you would like to make a gift immediately, explore your philanthropic options, attend an educational event, or talk to one of our staff members about ways to direct your impact, we welcome your involvement.