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Help the pathologists at UPMC discover new treatments — and help people live healthier lives — by making a tax-deductible donation to pathology research.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other organizations award funds to many of our researchers to support their scientific work. But, unfortunately, these funds are often limited.
Financial cuts and the rising costs of laboratory supplies, along with the costs of hiring and retaining laboratory personnel, make it difficult to fund this life-saving research.
Your tax-deductible financial contribution can help support the pathology research fund at UPMC.
Our research requires the use of numerous types of laboratory equipment and supplies.
Even a modest contribution can help us purchase these items that allow us to continue performing the research that may, someday, lead to faster diagnoses, better treatments, and even cures.
Friends and family of a deceased loved one often honor their memory by sending flowers. While this is a thoughtful gesture, there is a more meaningful way to create a tribute to a deceased loved one, while offering hope to those that need it the most.
By supporting research at the UPMC Department of Pathology, you are helping us discover new ways to help those who are ill.
You can do this by simply requesting memorial research donations in lieu of flowers. Most people understand this type of request and are reassured to know that their donation will help many others while honoring a loved one.
Ways we accept tax-deductible memorial research donations:
Your support is important and every little bit helps.
By making a tax-deductible contribution to the research efforts of the UPMC Department of Pathology, you are directly influencing the future of health care — and, in the process, changing peoples' lives for the better.
Learn how you can help us help others by supporting our pathology research.