Faculty and research support help scientists like Lynne Maquat, Ph.D., develop therapies that may prevent or cure many diseases caused by RNA mutations.
Lendsey Achudi ’14 exemplifies what can happen when highly-motivated students have the resources to pursue their aspirations.
With the Wilmot Cancer Center on the University of Rochester Medical Center campus as its hub, the new Institute now encompasses seven satellite cancer treatment facilities and all cancer research activities at the University.
Supporting exceptional talent, like that of soprano Joel Dyson ’14E, enables passion that can inspire a new generation of leaders.
Trustee Laurence (Larry) Bloch '75 and his wife, Cindy, have made a gift to endow funds supporting the University’s fundraising program and the position of chief fundraising officer.
Gifts benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital and Institute for Data Science
Funds will preserve the utility and enhance the quality of the University’s academic buildings and spaces—particularly those on the River Campus’ Eastman Quad.
Research support from families like the Lills and Bayers are helping us learn more about and fight rare diseases like sarcoma.