Without the committed supporters who encircle OHSU, Oregon's only academic health center could neither change so many lives nor change the world. That's why philanthropy matters.
Stephen Reynolds and his family established an endowed fund for OHSU's Kidney Transplant Program in honor their son's care at OHSU.
Barbara and her family established a fund at OHSU to provide support for families and caregivers of people newly diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The LLS has supported the work of OHSU's Brian Druker, M.D., since the beginning. Lou DeGennaro, Ph.D., president and chief executive officer of The LLS, tells how LLS support helped create the first targeted cancer therapy and continues to bring new hope to patients with blood cancers through their philanthropic support of groundbreaking research.
Joanne Lilley is one of OHSU's most faithful philanthropic partners.
Bill and Beverly White
In the 40s, Bill's parents were told he wouldn't live past 40. But at age 19 he underwent a revolutionary heart surgery at Doernbecher Children's Hospital. Now in his 70s, Bill and wife, Beverly, are Doernbecher supporters.
Dick and Deanne Rubinstein
Dick and Deanne Rubinstein helped raise funds to construct and equip the Center for Cancer Cell Signaling in OHSU's Biomedical Research Building.
Paul and Maureen Casey
Paul and Maureen Casey are part of a thriving multigenerational tradition of partnership between the Casey family and the eye institute that bears their name.
Edith O. Miller
This former Rose Festival princess made a testamentary gift to the Medical Research Foundation, but was also a strong supporter of Doernbecher Children's Hospital.
Frank Jungers and his wife Julie helped establish the Jungers Center for Neuroscience Research, which holds great promise in the search for cures for many neurodegenerative diseases.
Hildegard Lamfrom, Ph.D.
Columbia Sportswear's Boyle family honors Gert Boyle's late sister, renowned scientist Hildegard Lamfrom, Ph.D., with an endowed chair.