The neurology and neurosurgery departments at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine are world leaders. Your gift helps these extraordinary teams pursue innovations in their areas of research and patient care by providing the initial support needed to catalyze additional government funding, driving collaboration and improved outcomes for patients.

Generosity Fuels Progress

Your gift makes possible some of the most leading-edge research and patient care programs, including advances in detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease that may also lead to new treatments for other neurodegenerative diseases, including other dementias, Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, and more.

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Investing in Epilepsy Transformation

A new endowed chair focused on epilepsy research will help recruit and retain high-quality, compassionate, and investigative physicians discovering breakthroughs for the care of both early- and late-onset epilepsy—making St. Louis a destination for elite epilepsy care. Gifts in support of a chair position focused on epilepsy will provide the chairholder access to flexible funding to pursue innovative ideas, launch critical studies, and produce life-changing discoveries in research.

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Meet Harry Ratliff

Harry Ratliff has been a strong advocate for health care through volunteering and board memberships for over 20...

Dr. Maria B. Majella Doyle named Mid-America Transplant/Department of Surgery Distinguished Endowed Chair in Abdominal Transplantation

Maria B. Majella Doyle, MD, a highly regarded liver transplant surgeon, has been named the Mid-America...

Transplant Pilot Grant

Transplant pilot grants help identify and advance the promising research of our world-class physician-scientists....

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