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Advancing Together: The Campaign for UMass ChanAt UMass Chan, we’re Advancing Together.

That’s the name of our ambitious $500 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, which dovetails with UMass Chan’s first brand campaign of the same name and is the largest fundraising initiative in school history.

The Advancing Together campaign will attract philanthropic resources to foster innovation, drive discoveries and educate future leaders in medicine, nursing and science—all so that we can build healthier communities here in Massachusetts and across the world.

Find out how we're Advancing Together

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How to make your gift, plan your giving, sponsor an event, and much more. Learn more 

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Our programs in medical education and biomedical research—and your support of them—changes lives. Learn more

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Updates about programs, research and students that are supported by you, our donors. 

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Convocation 2023: Chancellor Collins celebrates symphony of collaboration at UMass Chan 

In his annual Convocation address to the UMass Chan Medical School community on Thursday, Sept. 14, Chancellor Michael F. Collins embraced the Medical School’s new brand, “Advancing Together,” and was supported by an ensemble of local musicians who helped to illustrate the symphony of collaboration that exists across the UMass Chan campus.

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Stories of Giving

  • Vivian Sass presenting her painting to the team at CANDO.

    Fund for autism research at UMass Chan aims to improve clinical care

    Meghan Banik Sass, MD’03, R’05, F’09, and Ugyen Sass, recently endowed a fund for autism research at UMass Chan on behalf of their family, which includes daughter Rosie, age 13, along with Vivian.

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  • Andres Schanzer is joined by donors Bruce Cutler and Kim Cutler and Chancellor Michael F. Collins at the annual Convocation and Investiture ceremony in September 2023.

    Founding chief of vascular surgery at UMass Chan deepens his legacy through endowed chair

    As an esteemed professor of surgery emeritus and founding chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery, Bruce Cutler, MD, has built an enduring legacy at UMass Chan Medical School, well-known among the division for his fierce commitment to providing the highest standard of patient-centered care. Now, Dr. Cutler’s decadeslong connection to UMass Chan has evolved to cherished benefactor, alongside his wife, Kim, with the establishment of the Cutler Chair in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery.

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  • Gerry Cox, holding his Distinguished Alumni Award, alongside his son, Alex Cox.

    From serving our country to nurturing future generations of medical students

    For 40 years, Gerard R. (Gerry) Cox, MD’83, MHA, has built a distinguished medical career rooted in government and military service, including his current role as the assistant under secretary for health for quality and patient  safety in the Veterans Health Administration. Now, Dr. Cox is building a legacy in medical education through a scholarship he funded with his wife, Catherine W. Cox, RN, PhD, to benefit students at UMass Chan Medical School.

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