Development News

Current Issue

Painting of Max Harry Weil wearing a white physician's coat
Summer 2022

Megan VanStratt, Sarah Nodarse, and Noah Fromson

$10 million gift will rename the critical care institute for Max Harry Weil, M.D.

Photo portrait of smiling woman in black dress and pearls
Summer 2022

MargaretAnn Cross

Researchers will work to find alternative treatments for non-small cell lung cancers that have become resistant to standard treatment

Past Issues

Paul and Carolyn Lichter
Summer 2021

By MargaretAnn Cross

Paul and Carolyn Lichter make generous plans for the future.

Regent Ron Weiser and Eileen Weiser
Summer 2020

BY TIFFANI LANGFORD

The institute will pursue diabetes research and life-changing therapies

Liz and Eric Lefkofsky
Summer 2020

BY KRISTY DEMAS

Encouraging high-risk, high-impact projects

Michigan Medicine workers accepting donations
Summer 2020

BY MARGARETANN CROSS

Generous donations support COVID-19 philanthropy

Maxine and Stuart Frankel want their gift to launch innovative collaborations that will lead to life-saving discoveries.
Winter 2020

BY KELLY MALCOM

Gift will establish the Frankel Innovation Initiative to accelerate the development of life-saving therapies

Tadataka and Leslie Yamada
Winter 2020

BY KARA GAVIN

Tadataka and Leslie Yamada’s gift will establish the U-M Center for Global Health Equity

Judith Tam, president of the Richard Tam Foundation
Winter 2020

BY KARA GAVIN

Gift will expand and harness the power of massive data to help bipolar patients

Joyce and Don Massey
Fall 2018

BY KATIE VLOET AND SHELLEY ZALEWSKI

The Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation and U-M make TBI breakthroughs

Block Out Cancer
Fall 2017

Celebrities, community members support fight against childhood cancers

Carr family
Fall 2017

BY KATIE VLOET

Pediatric brain tumor research at Michigan Medicine

bipolar research
Summer 2017

BY KARA GAVIN

A gift from the Prechter family supports bipolar research

U-M Depression Center
Winter 2017

By Kara Gavin

Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg’s gift will help transform depression treatment