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With the help of our donor partners, we hope to increase knowledge about the spectrum of brain and spinal diseases and develop new strategies to treat them. Your commitment could help us advance a promising research study, recruit a talented physician-scientist, develop a new educational program for our trainees, or purchase a key piece of equipment or technology.

For your convenience, a number of giving options are available, including outright gifts of cash, tribute gifts, corporate-matched gifts, planned gifts or pledges payable over a three- to five-year period.

You can also make your donation directly to the Patient and Family Assistance Fund, which supports brain tumor patients who need financial assistance for expenses that often are not covered by insurance or Medicare.
 

dillon_terry.jpgTerri Dillon
Associate Dean for Development
Northwestern University
420 East Superior Street
Arthur J. Rubloff Building, 9th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.503.4837
terri-dillon@northwestern.edu

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gibout_holly.jpgHolly Gibout
Vice President
Northwestern Memorial Foundation
251 East Huron Street
Galter Pavilion, Suite 3-200
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.926.4016
hgibout@nmh.org

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Donor Profiles

Bob Green & Bill Lieber

Provides financial assistance and access to resources for brain tumor patients and their families.

Mary Dempsey & Kevin Hitzeman

Founding members of the Advisory Council for the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute.

Laura Kofoid & David Ricci
Supports the research efforts of the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute.
Kathie Romines
Generously supports brain tumor research at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University.
Darren & Allison Latimer
Created the Latimer Fellowship Fund, supporting broad-based clinical neuro-oncology experiences and rigorous research training for physicians pursuing additional expertise.
Anne & Bill Johnston
Supports the research efforts of the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute.
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