Indiana University School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine is known throughout the world for its excellence in education, research and patient care. For many years the generosity of alumni, friends and grateful patients has assisted the department and the Division of Infectious Diseases in maintaining and advancing this position of leadership. Many ways of making a gift to support the work of this division are available: an outright gift, a pledge payable over a period of years, a like-income gift arrangement or a bequest. A gift may be made in the form of cash, security, real estate or personal property.
Programs and Funds
To support any of the following initiatives in the Division of Infectious Diseases, click the Give Now button below.
Provides funding for the Infectious Disease Division’s greatest.
Supports an annual lectureship in infectious diseases in honor of the first director of the founding infectious diseases division director.
Supports salary and/or research expenses for a fellow during his or her research year(s), which facilitates establishment of an academic medicine career in honor of the first director of the founding infectious diseases Division director.
A community-based fundraising effort to support HIV/AIDS research.
Richard B. and Anne O. Kohler Scholarship
The Richard B. and Anne O. Kohler Scholarship supports a medical student scholarship in Dr. Kohler’s honor.
For more information on giving to the Division of Infectious Diseases as well as the Bicentennial Campaign match opportunities contact Kathryn Red, Development Director.