Giving to Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics
Doctors reviewing information

Improving Lives Through Data-Driven Medicine

New health care technologies and approaches to care are capturing more data than ever before. Your support will help us leverage computer science to organize, store, and analyze that information, creating great potential to benefit patients. 

Your gift can:

  • Drive multidisciplinary research into complex genetic diseases, including psychiatric disorders and cancer
  • Bolster new approaches to improving public health and reducing disparities in care
  • Provide support to faculty at all levels, increasing their ability to research, teach, and lead
  • Foster the exchange of bold ideas
  • Help attract top trainees to our program by underwriting graduate student stipends and costs such as travel to national conferences

Ours is one of the oldest and best departments of its kind in the country, innovating to answer science’s toughest questions. Join us in moving medical research forward and creating a better future for all.

Giving Opportunities
DCMB Bioinformatics Graduate Student Fund
Our graduate students work tirelessly looking for answers to science's toughest questions, often with minimal financial support. Gifts help underwrite stipends, pilot research funding initiatives, and cover travel costs to present at conferences.
Help us meet graduate student needs
Omenn Lecture Fund
This lecture honors Gilbert S. Omenn, M.D. Ph.D., the first executive vice president of medical affairs, who led the creation of an academic, patient-centered U-M Health System, and now directs the Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics.
Support the Omenn Lecture
Partner With Us

We would be pleased to discuss your interests and goals — and the impact your gift can have. We can connect you with faculty and staff, identify where your help is most needed, and share how giving can provide personal satisfaction as well as financial and tax benefits.

user Melissa Lynch
Associate Director of Development