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Donate to Support the Department of Neurology

At Johns Hopkins, we have a long-standing tradition of delivering the best neurological care available. Through a collaborative multidisciplinary effort, our neurologists work together to address the most difficult medical questions: how to treat and prevent the devastating disorders of the neurological system. Thank you for partnering with us in helping our clinician-scientists continue their research and provide hope to patients with future treatment opportunities.


How to Donate


To make a gift online, please complete our secure online giving form.

Over the Phone

To speak to someone directly about making a gift, please call 443-287-7877.


Mail your giving form to:

Donna Marck
Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine
550 N. Broadway, Suite 731
Baltimore, MD 21205


How Your Gift Helps the Department of Neurology

Contributions have been essential to our achievements. Philanthropy provides our faculty with the resources to further their research and improve their clinical practice. With your involvement and support, future discoveries by Johns Hopkins neurologists will be achieved through the pursuit of new ideas that push the limits of current knowledge and expand the boundaries of our ability to diagnose and treat. Gifts to the Department of Neurology enable our many specialty areas to thrive in undertaking ground-breaking research, improving patient care and training the next generation of neurologists. We strive to bring scientific research and discovery into clinical services to improve the lives of our patients and people all over the world.

Your gift helps sustain our mission and can be made in many ways, for a range of purposes:

  • Contributions may be made for general support, or designated to benefit the work of a specific physician, program, center, or division.
  • Opportunities to invest in the research program include support of faculty, research personnel, laboratory space and equipment.
  • Through the establishment of endowments, donors provide a steady stream of dedicated funds in perpetuity.

What We've Achieved With Your Help

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Educational Webinars and Online Lectures

The Department of Neurology offers a series of online webinars, research updates and lectures for both clinicians and the general public.

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