Johns Hopkins Medicine is one of the preeminent patient-care and research facilities in the world. Hopkins relies greatly on gifts from individuals to help us search for better ways to diagnose, prevent, treat, and cure disease. Our Division of Neurobiology conducts research to understand the causes, and ultimately to find treatments for, Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease, bipolar disorder,and schizophrenia. There are many opportunities to support exciting research, clinical services, and education initiatives.
Donations can be made to support a specific research program, the work of a specific investigator, or a specific component of a treatment program. To explore these giving opportunities or to make an outright gift by phone or mail, please contact:
Jessica Preiss Lunken
Director of Development
Department of Psychiatry
Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine
550 Broadway, Suite 914
Baltimore, MD 21205
Please make checks payable to the Johns Hopkins University - Division of Neurobiology
You may also make a donation using the secure online giving form. Direct your gift to "Division of Neurobiology".
Donations can be made through outright gifts, stock or mutual fund gifts, and through your estate plans. A number of mechanisms, such as charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and lead trusts offer tax benefits and provide income during the lifetime of the benefactor and spouse or others. To learn more about to about how you can make a gift that can benefit your long-term financial planning, while helping to secure the future of giving, please call the gift planning office at 410-516-7954 or e-mail Michelle L. Glennon, Esq. at firstname.lastname@example.org