Giving to Anesthesiology
Medical professionals in PPE

Focusing on Patients through Research, Education, and Care

Your gift can help our physicians provide the highest-quality care while contributing to major advances in patient care, research, and education.

Gifts are propelling our work forward across a wide spectrum of medical issues, including:

  • Pain
  • Sleep
  • Consciousness and cognition
  • Pediatric anesthesiology
  • Obstetric anesthesiology

Caring for patients before, during, and after surgery is an enormous, critical task, and the Department of Anesthesiology is at the forefront of those efforts. And, with one of the largest residency training programs and alumni bases in the nation, we are shaping the future of surgical care. Your gift will impact patients’ lives. 

Giving Opportunities
Kevin K. Tremper, MD, PhD, Research Professorship in Anesthesiology Fund
Once established, the Kevin K. Tremper, M.D., Ph.D., Research Professorship in Anesthesiology will continue to make Michigan Medicine a place where the most interesting and important research is done.
Help continue our innovative research
Anesthesiology Resident Wellness Activity Fund
Gifts to this fund will support the well-being of Anesthesiology residents by implementing wellness events, teaching stress management skills, and conducting experiential learning and team-building through a variety of extracurricular activities.
Support our residents' well-being
Anesthesiology Department Educational Gifts
Gifts to this fund support continuing efforts to provide outstanding education and training to future leaders in the field of Anesthesiology.
Support access to training opportunities
Michigan Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (Michigan OPEN)
Gifts to Michigan-OPEN support the development of new prevention guidelines to reduce postoperative opioid use, and help to raise awareness of the opioid epidemic through community drug take-back events.
Support our awareness and prevention efforts
Stoltz Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Research Gift
Gifts to the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center support research on the mechanisms and most effective treatments of conditions that have chronic pain and fatigue as core symptoms.
Advance chronic pain and fatigue research
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.

Jason Keech
Associate Director of Development
Phone: 734-763-0866