Clinicians and basic researchers in Stanford Neuromolecular Innovation Program (SNIP) are working at the frontiers of medical research to translate scientific discoveries into new ways to diagnose, treat, and cure children and adults who are stricken with debilitating or possibly fatal neurological diseases. Private support is an important source of funding to launch and accelerate program and we value contributions at all levels. Supporters of SNIP play a significant role in advancing vital research programs by providing the expertise, technologies, and facilities needed for SNIP to reach its goals.
Contributions come from a variety of sources including:
- Family or donor advised funds,
- Foundations, and
These gifts take many forms, including expendable (for current use) funds, term endowments that span a period of years, and permanently endowed funds or bequests that create a lasting legacy.
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If you would like to learn more about these opportunities and develop a plan that best reflects your philanthropic interests, please contact:
Lorraine S. Alexander
Senior Director of Development
More information is available at the Office of Medical Development.
Stanford University is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; your donation is tax-deductible.