Jin-Moo Lee, MD, PhD

The Department of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine is dedicated to excellence in patient care, research and education. In addition to the commitment to providing the best care possible, we are committed to advancing discovery and treatment through research.

By making a charitable contribution to the Department of Neurology, you are playing a critical role in driving medical breakthroughs. Please accept my sincere gratitude for your thoughtful consideration of a gift to the Department of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine.

With thanks,

Jin-Moo Lee, MD, PhD

Andrew B. and Gretchen P. Jones Professor
Head, Department of Neurology
Washington University School of Medicine

Ways to give

Private support has allowed for unprecedented innovation and discovery and has been essential in advancing human health. Gifts can be directed to the Department of Neurology in the form of cash, securities, corporate matching gifts, real estate and personal property. Gifts of all kinds are tax deductible and may be designated for immediate use or as a long-term investment through an endowment.

Types of gifts

Outright gifts

Graphic showing how to choose the Department of Neurology in the online giving form

An outright gift designated to the Department of Neurology can be made online by highlighting “Neurology” after selecting “Departments & Divisions” under the “School of Medicine.” To support a section or program within the department, please enter the designation of your choice in the box that says “I prefer to enter my own designation” (see to the right).

Outright gifts can also be made via check made out to Washington University with Department of Neurology (or the designation of your choice within the department) denoted in the memo line. Please mail your check to:

Washington University
Attention: Department of Neurology
MSC 1082-414-2555
1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-9989

Planned gifts

A planned gift provides an opportunity for you to integrate a charitable gift into your overall financial, tax and estate plan. Planned gifts can provide expendable support when disbursed or they can be used to establish an endowed fund that will live in perpetuity with the institution. Planned giving provides strategies that enable you to support the Department of Neurology through:

  • Wills and trusts
  • Stocks/securities
  • Real estate
  • Charitable gift annuities/trusts
  • Retirement plan assets
  • Beneficiary designations

If you would like to designate the Department of Neurology as a beneficiary of a portion or all of your estate, the My Planned Gift Form provides us the information we need to properly document your wishes. We would be glad to talk with you about your objectives and ways to meet them.

Memorial gifts

We are honored when families request that memorial donations be directed to the Department of Neurology. Please contact Emily Williams at williams.e@wustl.edu, and she will provide the information you need to make sure these incredibly meaningful gifts are designated appropriately.

If you would like more information about private support, please contact Alex Carr at alex_carr@wustl.edu or 314-935-3498 or Emily Williams at williams.e@wustl.edu or 314-935-2660.

Organize a community fundraising event

Join with your family members, friends or colleagues to make a difference! Whether you have a personal connection to a particular disease area or program, want to honor or pay tribute to a loved one or just have fun with your family and friends, community fundraising events make an impact in raising awareness and supporting innovation in research, patient care programs and education in the Department of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine. To organize a fundraising event or initiative to benefit Washington University School of Medicine, please complete our online form or contact Medical Advancement by emailing medicaladvancement@wustl.edu or or calling 314-935-2993.