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The UConn Foundation operates a dedicated office to support development and alumni relations at UConn Health , which has received significant philanthropic support from grateful patients, faculty, alumni, and friends throughout it history. These gifts have helped prepare the next generation of health professionals, advance research in critical areas, enhance care for patients and improve the health of our communities.
This is particularly important given the revolutionary Bioscience Connecticut initiative, launched in 2011. Bioscience Connecticut marks UConn Health as a driver for the Connecticut’s economy, as well
as the hub of innovative research for tomorrow’s medicine.
While UConn Health has done much with the resources it receives in research grants, medical reimbursements, state assistance, and student tuition, it is the additional resources from private giving that allows talented faculty and students to achieve their full potential.
Golfers Raise Funds for Cancer Research
August 2014 – More than 100 guests came out to support a good cause and play golf at the championship course at Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield, Conn., for the 2014 UConn Cancer Research Golf Tournament.
Fund Will Create UConn's First MPH Fellowship
June 2014 – Honored by the MPH Advisory Board's effort to create a fund in her name, retiring faculty member and alumna Joan Segal '64 '82 is capping off 40-plus years at UConn with an offer to match donations to create UConn's first MPH fellowship.
Golf Tourney Supports Cancer Research
Fifth Annual White Coat Gala
April 2014 – Nearly 900 people attended the Fifth Annual White Coat Gala. Grateful patients, friends, sponsors, alumni and university leaders gathered to celebrate UConn Health's excellence and raise support.
Neags Support Cancer Research and Treatment
April 2014 – Carole and Ray Neag are supporting groundbreaking research on genomics-guided cancer treatment with a new major gift toward the Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center at UConn Health. Personalized medicine based on genomics has the potential to revolutionize cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Survivor Gives Back
March 2014 – When Abbie O'Brien discovered she had breast cancer, she thought it couldn't be true because she was only 35. Now in recovery, she and her husband created a fund to support promising research being done at UConn Health to help future patients.
Fifth Annual White Coat Gala
December 2013 – The Fifth Annual White Coat Gala on April 12, 2014 will raise support for the UConn Health Center. Richard and Jane Lublin, Irene Engel, and Cigna will be honored for their contributions to medicine and the UConn Health Center.
Auxiliary Names Patient/Family Education Center
November 2013 – The UConn Health Center Auxiliary announced a $400,000 pledge to name the UConn Health Center Auxiliary Patient and Family Education Center in the new UConn Health Outpatient Pavilion, which is slated to open in early 2015.
Celebrating Dental School Donors
October 2013 – Saying thanks is integral to all of the UConn Foundation's fundraising work. National Philanthropy Day (Nov. 15) provides a perfect opportunity to honor donors not only for their most recent gift, but for their lifetime of giving.
Donors Get Behind Charity Dental Care
September 2013 - Donors are stepping up to support dental care for the under- and uninsured. UConn provides $5.5 million in charity care to at-risk persons every year.
2013 UConn Cancer Research Golf TournamentAugust 2013 - This year's UConn Cancer Research Golf Tournament raised nearly $130,000 to support advances at the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Young Heart Patient Says ‘He’s in Good Hands’ with Calhoun CardiologyJuly 2013 - Dan Nevelos is not only the Director of Information Technology for the UConn Foundation, he's also a grateful patient of and donor to the Pat and Jim Calhoun Cardiology Center.
A UConn Medical Student FirstJune 2013 - A student profiled in the Foundation’s 2006 annual report is the first privately supported Rowe Scholar to graduate from the School of Medicine. Congratulations, Dr. Shawnet Jones '09 '13.
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