Support the Department
Your gift will fund innovative research that unites the expertise of scientists throughout the university to develop targeted new therapies and cures.
By applying emerging technologies and forging new partnership and collaborations, our faculty and investigators will continue to lead Keck Medicine of USC into the forefront of medical research and treatment. Together, we will discover lifesaving cures that are the dreams of today and the realities of tomorrow.
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How You Can Help
Discovering the future of medicine
Support for novel, innovative research provides investigators with opportunities to obtain data necessary for leveraging federal funding and bridging promising new discoveries to the clinic.
A philanthropic investment to seed new ideas and approaches would yield an enormous return in further funding and scientific advancement.
Building a world-class research team
We hope to recruit world-class senior scientists and promising junior faculty members to add their voices to our collaborative conversations.
Faculty are encouraged to abandon their research silos and work together to study a variety of perspectives.
Expanding state-of-the-art facilities
Established in 2006, the Eli and Edythe Broad CIRM Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at USC is the hub for highly specialized technical expertise and equipment that promotes stem cell research throughout the university.
Your gift will ensure that scientists have access to the latest technology and resources to generate patient-specific disease models, study and explore underlying disease mechanisms, and discover new roads to cures.
Training the next generation
We aim to attract top graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who can take full advantage of training in a 21st century academic environment.
Highly innovative interdisciplinary research is the norm. We provide generous funding and dedicated mentorship in order shape the next generation of exemplary scientists.