Giving to Biomedical Engineering
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Gifts Drive Innovation, Medical Breakthroughs

Engineering is transforming medicine, including care for cancer, diabetes, trauma, and more. Imagine an implantable device for attracting and detecting cancer cells in the body before they spread, personalized medical devices created with 3D printing, new treatments driven by tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. They are all moving forward, and you can help.

Your support will:

  • Fuel new ideas for treatments
  • Accelerate research progress
  • Enable the commercialization of life-saving medical technologies
  • Increase collaborative opportunities for learners

Our Department of Biomedical Engineering brings together two schools that are among the best in their fields — the U-M College of Engineering and the U-M Medical School — to foster interactions between disciplines and researchers.

Your support will help us move innovations from laboratories to clinics to benefit patients. Together, we will improve health care here and around the world.

Giving Opportunities
BME-MS Medical Innovation Priority Fund
Gifts to this fund provide research and professional opportunities for our students, community outreach, engagement of strategic partners, and initiatives developed to improve the educational experience of our students
Support research and professional opportunities
BME-MS Research Fund for Engineering Technologies in Medicine
This fund supports groundbreaking research and problem-solving related to medical technologies that will improve healthcare.
Advance groundbreaking research
Robert Richard Ostrowski Jr BME-MS Cancer Research Fund
Your gift to this fund will contribute to innovative research that will impact our ability to find the answers needed to treat and cure cancer.
Help solve cancer’s mysteries
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