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Department of Internal Medicine

How you can help

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The Department of Internal Medicine is extremely grateful to all who have contributed to our Department and to the various funds that help our research, clinical and educational programs.

You may support the Department by giving online or by sending a check. Either way, your gift is 100 percent tax deductible, and you will receive a receipt for tax purposes. If you would like more information on which funds need your support the most or on how to create a new fund altogether, please get in touch with the Department’s Development Director Bruce Broce at 913-588-5960 or bbroce@kuendowment.org.

Allergy Immunology & Rheumatology

Clinical Fund for Allergy, Clinical Immunology, Rheumatology
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This fund helps to support the clinical side of the division.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
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This fund helps support the musculoskeletal ultrasound equipment within the division.

Summerfield Foundation Endowment, Medical Research
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This fund helps support medical research for the allergy/clinical immunology/rheumatology division.

Stechschulte Rheumatology Fellowship
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Support the Fellow education program in Rheumatology.

Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular Research
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This fund supports research efforts in the cardiology division.

David Pugh Cardiovascular Lectureship
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This fund supports an annual lectureship in cardiovascular diseases in the name of Dr. David Pugh.

Merle Bolton Fellowship in Cardiology
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This fund supports expenses for cardiology fellows including their presentations at conferences.

Dermatology

Dermatology Endowment
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Endocrinology, Metabolism & Genetics

Midwest Diabetes Coalition Research
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This fund shall be used to support research for the prevention, treatment and cure of diabetes.

Cray Internet Initiative
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This supports the Cray self-management program and internet patient education.

Robert E. Bolinger Education Fund
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This fund supports a lecturer in endocrinology or metabolism or educational meetings of endocrine fellows.

Gastroenterology/Hepatology

Norton J. Greenberger, M.D. Distinguished Professorship
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This fund supports a professorship in the Gastroenterology Division in the name of Dr. Norton Greenberger.

GI Nerve and Muscle Center Development
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This fund is used to further research related to the GI Nerve and Muscle Center.

General and Geriatric Medicine

Robert E. Bolinger, M.D. Visiting Professorship
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The fund shall be used to pay the costs of attracting outstanding visiting lecturers to the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine.

Community Health Project
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The Community Health Project is a unique educational experience that partners physicians-in-training, as well as students in public health, policy and management, and occupational therapy education with public health and social service agencies.

Palliative Care Education and Research
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This fund is used to support the educational and research mission of the Palliative Care Program at the University of Kansas School of Medicine.

Hematology/Oncology

Ronald L. Stephens Education and Research Fund
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This fund supports education and research in the department and the expenses of the Fellow program.

Clinical Oncology Fund
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This fund supports the clinical operation of the division.

Infectious Diseases

Chien Liu Research and Education
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This fund provides support for pilot study research grants, distinguished lectureships and educational activities
on infectious diseases topics.

Nephrology and Hypertension

Kidney Institute
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This fund supports research and the Fellow program.

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Gerald & Arlis Kerby Fund in Pulmonary Medicine
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This fund shall be used to support a research professorship in the name of Dr. Gerald Kerby for Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.

Joseph A. Cates Pulmonary Research
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The fund helps pulmonary fibrosis research including personnel costs, lab supplies, and equipment.