Engaging with UT Southwestern

Because the future of medicine depends on a wide-ranging constellation of supporters, the Office of Development and Alumni Relations provides alumni, friends, and philanthropists ways to engage with each other and avenues to invest in UT Southwestern.

The Impact of Your Support

As a supporter of UT Southwestern Medical Center, you play a vital role in helping our researchers and physicians unlock medicine's deepest mysteries to build a better, healthier world. A novel idea, nurtured by a gift, can lead to new therapies for those who turn to us with some of today's most complex medical conditions.

Our focus on innovative biomedical research, compassionate patient care, and commitment to exceptional education and training means UT Southwestern's impact is felt far beyond our North Texas community.

Your gift can help:

  • Spark innovations on the frontiers of scientific research;
  • Enable us to translate scientific breakthroughs from our own laboratories into lifesaving interventions for patients;
  • Support the development of the next generation of physicians, medical scientists, and health care professionals; and
  • Contribute to the improved health of our local, national, and global communities.

UT Southwestern's rise to international distinction has been fueled by exceptional people with an extraordinary vision. Every gift makes a powerful impact on the journey towards greater human health, global leadership in medicine, and pioneering scientific discovery.

Tribute Giving

You can make a gift to UT Southwestern in memory of a family member, colleague, or friend, or in honor of an important person in your life. Patients, family, and friends may choose to honor a physician or clinical team for the excellent care they received at UT Southwestern.

Why Give?

Learn who and what inspires our donors to support the life-changing work underway at UT Southwestern. Read their stories

Dr. Rachelle Makinde (second from right) is honored as the recipient of the first Mary Booth Steward, M.D. Memorial Award. Congratulating her are (from left), Dr. Charles Whitten, Caroline Cammack, Dr. Ravi Bhoja, and Dr. Catherine Barden.



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Thank you!

Generous donors like you make the future of medicine possible.

See how in the 2017 Annual Review.

Contact Us

UT Southwestern Medical Center
Office of Development & Alumni Relations
P.O. Box 910888
Dallas, TX 75391-0888
Phone: 214-648-2344