Philanthropy is the lifeblood of research at Indiana University School of Medicine. Every day, more than 30 breast cancer researchers within the Vera Bradley Foundation Center for Breast Cancer Research strive to conduct innovative investigations that turn into life-saving care. The generosity of donors helps recruit and retain outstanding faculty researchers and arms them with the resources to pursue their most promising ideas. Investing locally also means Hoosiers can be the first to access the latest clinical trials for difficult-to-treat forms of breast cancer, such as triple negative.
There are several ways to support breast cancer research at IU School of Medicine. To learn more, contact Lizzie Conkle, associate director of development, at 317-278-2120 or email@example.com.