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Improving Lives Through Data-Driven Medicine
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.
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.