The Department of Psychiatry continues to build its education, research, and care efforts thanks to the involvement and generosity of our alumni, donors, and friends. There’s no better time to get involved and be a part of our momentum.
Every day, we are transforming lives through outstanding patient care, innovative education, and groundbreaking research.
You can make a difference.
Private philanthropy helps us recognize outstanding scholars, supports vital research, bolsters facilities and technology, and provides the best possible care for our patients and their families.
Your support can help:
- Faculty and student funds, such as professorships, scholarships, and fellowships, to help recruit, retain, and support outstanding scholars, researchers, and health care providers.
- Facility funds to help us build, renovate, expand space with the latest the technology and equipment.
- Research innovation funds to offer support for established and emerging research programs.
Taking Suicide Out of the Darkness
"It’s vital that we get the word out, move suicide out of the darkness, and help people to see and treat it as the medical condition it is."
In 1968, when Steven Schonfeld ’74M (MD) was a 19-year-old college student, his father died by suicide. Thirty years later, his brother also died by suicide.
Gifts can be made to the Department of Psychiatry or targeted for a specific purpose. For more information or to discuss your options, please contact: