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  • Palliative Medicine Comprehensive

    Comprehensive support for the Division of Palliative Medicine primarily for, but not limited to, education, research, patient care, general operating, recruitment, etc as directed by the Division Director

  • The Palliative Medicine Development Fund

    Fund to Support Education, Research, Growth and Development at Pallative Medicine and Hospice Care at OSU Medical Center

  • Palliative Medicine Cancer Pain Therapy

    To Support Cancer Pain and Symptom Control in The Palliative Medicine Program at The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

  • The Palliative Medicine-Hospice Endowment Fund

    Established February 7, 1997, anonymously through The Foundation. Income supports the priority needs in the Palliative Medicine - Hospice Program of The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.

  • Palliative Medicine Patient Fund

    To Support Patient Care and Needs at Dr. Bennedetti's (or successor ) direction in the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

  • Pain and Palliative Care in Cancer Development Fund

    Supports Research, Education/Training Patient Care Programs & Activities that Improve Palliative Care & Pain Mngmt in Cancer Patients, Under directon Dr. Michael Adolph (or successors)

  • Veterinary Medicine Behavioral Medicine Support

    Support clinical enhancements, education activities and research projects in behavioral medicine.

  • Veterinary Medicine Interventional Medicine Support

    For program support of the interventional medicine service at the Veterinary Medical Center.

  • Veterinary Medicine Internal Medicine Support

    Supports education, training, patient care, and equipment for the Small Animal Internal Medicine Program.

  • Palliative Care/Hospice Research Fund at The James

    To Support the Establishment of Hospice Program for The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

  • Family Medicine Sports Medicine Development Fund

    Used to Support Sports Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine

  • Occupational Medicine Support Fund in Family Medicine

    Supports Programs and Activities in Occupational Medicine in Department of Family Medicine Related to Medical Research, Education & Training; Improved Patient Treatment/Care

  • Veterinary Medicine Behavioral Medicine Research Support

    For research projects by faculty, residents and students of the Behavioral Medicine Service at the Veterinary Medical Center.

  • Veterinary Medicine Internal Medicine Research Support

    For research projects by faculty, residents and students of the Internal Medicine Service at the Veterinary Medical Center.

  • Emergency Medicine Research Fund

    To Fund Emergency Medicine Research

  • Family Medicine Development Fund

    Family Medicine Development Fund

  • Veterinary Medicine Radiology Residency

    Supports a Veterinary Medicine Radiology Resident.

  • Sleep Medicine Programs Fund

    To support teaching and research program in the Specialty of Sleep Medicine

  • Physical Medicine Support Fund

    Provides general support for department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  • Family Medicine Chairman's Fund

    Provides general unrestricted support for Department of Family Medicine as directed by the chairman of the department

  • Integrative Medicine Educational Fund

    Supports integrative medicine education and training programs in Family Medicine for medical students, residents, fellows and faculty development. Covers seminar and other program expenses (educational materials, space rental, audio/visual, marketing, other expenses)

  • Emergency Medicine Chairmans Fund

    Supports Emergency Medicine General Operations to Include nut not Limited to Research, Special Initiatives, Travel Awards, Faculty/Staff Salaries, Publications, Conferences etc

  • Arthur Scholarship in Medicine Fund

    Established May 31, 2019, with gifts from Dr. R. Eugene Arthur (MD 1968) and Catherine B. Arthur; used to provide scholarships to students who are enrolled in the College of Medicine and demonstrate financial need.

  • Cronau Family Medicine Scholarship

    Provides one or more scholarship(s) to students who are enrolled in the 3-Year Primary Care Track Program in the College of Medicine and demonstrate financial need and academic merit. Preference shall be given to candidates who plan to practice medicine in a rural area. If no students meet the selection criteria or if the 3-Year Primary Care Track Program ever ceases to exist, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students who are studying family medicine in the College. Scholarship recipients, the number of recipients, and amount of each scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the then current guidelines and procedures for scholarship administration established by the College, in consultation with Student Financial Aid. The Ohio State University's mission and admissions policy supports educational diversity. The University may modify any criteria used to select scholarship recipients should the criteria be found, in whole or in part, to be contrary to federal or state law or University policy.

  • The Excellence in Family Medicine Fund

    Established October 3, 2003, by alumni, friends, colleagues, and staff of the Department of Family Medicine through The Foundation. Income supports programs and special initiatives including research, education, faculty development, training, or other p rojects that foster innovation and excellence, or those determined as priority areas.

  • Kontogiannis Scholar in Medicine

    Provides one annual scholarship to a Med 1 ranked student who is enrolled in the College of Medicine ("College"), demonstrates financial need, has shown a commitment to community service, and received their undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University ("University"). It is the Donor's desire the scholarships be awarded in $35,000 increments. If no student meets the selection criteria, the scholarship funds shall be held for the following year. Scholarship recipients and amount of each scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the then current guidelines and procedures for scholarship administration established by the College, in consultation with Student Financial Aid.

  • Family Medicine Clinical Faculty Grant Fund in Sports Medicine

    Support through grant awards for scholarly projects to clinical faculty Sports Medicine in Family Medicine, to include faculty salary/benefits and costs associated with funded projects

  • The Glen F. Aukerman, MD, Integrative Medicine Endowed Fund in Family Medicine

    Established August 30, 2013, with gifts originally given by Dr. Glen Aukerman to The Glen F. Aukerman, M.D. Endowed Fund for Integrative Medicine from; used to support Department of Family Medicine�s training and medical education of physicians and other health care professionals on Integrative Medicine nutrition and nutrigenomics.

  • Department of Internal Medicine General Fund

    For unrestricted purposes in Department of Internal Medicine

  • Veterinary Medicine Radiology Program Support

    Supports Veterinary Medicine Radiology program.

  • Physical Medicine Education Enhancement Fund

    for program support in Physical Medicine Education

  • Cardiovascular Medicine Arrhythmia Research Fund

    Support cardiovascular medicine in the area of arryhtmia research

  • Cardiovascular Medicine Teaching and Research Fund

    Support the academic, research and clinical programs in the division of Cardiovascular Medicine

  • General Medicine Teaching and Research Fund

    support the academic and clinical programs of the division of General Internal Medicine

  • Shelter Surgery & Medicine Program Support

    supports the Shelter Surgery and Medicine Program in Veterinary Clinical Sciences.

  • Veterinary Medicine Class of 1965 Fund

    Purpose of fund to be determined by the Veterinary Medicine Class of 1965 alumni.

  • College of Veterinary Medicine Gift Sponsorship

    Sponsorships in support of College of Veterinary Medicine Continuing Education and college events.

  • The General Internal Medicine Research Fund

    Established August 29, 2001, by faculty of the Department of Internal Medicine. Income provides awards to active faculty of the Division of General Internal Medicine.

  • College of Veterinary Medicine Building Fund

    Supports renovations and upgrades to the College of Veterinary Medicine buildings including Sisson Hall, the Veterinary Medicine Academic Building, Goss Lab and the Veterinary Medical Center.

  • Crawford Hoying Fund in Sports Medicine

    Supports overall mission of OSU Sports Medicine in patient care, research, education and training, including Crane Sports Medicine Institute facility (construction, ongoing maintenance, equipment and technology).

  • Veterinary Medicine Ecosystem Health and Welfare

    Provides support for the Zoo and Wildlife Conservation Medicine and Ecosystem Health program within the College of Veterinary Medicine. Expenditures can be used for but not limited to equipment, technology, research, travel, and professional development.

  • Wexner Family Fund in Regenerative Medicine

    Supports medical research in Center for Regenerative Medicine and Cell Based Therapies (CRMCBT) that applies engineering and technology to translational health applications in regenerative medicine, especially interdisciplinary or strategic initiatives.

  • Asthma Program Fund in Pulmonary Medicine

    Supports Research, Education/Training, and Patient Care Programs and Activities in Asthma Program in Division of Pulmonary Medicine as Approved by Division Director

  • College of Medicine Faculty Development Fund

    For professional and faculty development and other activities in Faculty Affairs in College of Medicine as allocated by director in consultation with dean.

  • Family Medicine Research Development Fund

    Supports Research Activities in Dept of Family Medicine to Include but not Limited to: Supplies, Equipment, Salaries, Conferences/Travel Publication Costs etc.

  • College of Veterinary Medicine Research Fund

    Funds to support various research programs, including research day activities in the College of Veterinary Medicine

  • The Rural Family Medicine Endowment Fund

    Established October 3, 2003, by individual, corporate and foundation donors including faculty, alumni and patients interested in enhancing programs and strengthening special initiatives of the Department of Family Medicine. Income supports teaching, res earch, and special rural family medicine programs.

  • The Urban Family Medicine Endowment Fund

    Established October 3, 2003, by individual, corporate and foundation donors including faculty, alumni and patients interested in enhancing programs and strengthening special initiatives of the Department of Family Medicine. Income supports teaching, res earch, and special urban family medicine programs.

  • OSU Sports Medicine Fund for Excellence

    To advance innovation and excellence in Sports Medicine by support of strategic initiatives, faculty/staff development, program enhancements, seed funding for promising research projects and of other opportunities to advance mission of research, education and patient care as allocated by director of OSU Sports Medicine Center (Dr. C. Kaeding or successor).

  • College of Medicine Diversity Programs Fund

    Supports programs/activities on diversity in College of Medicine for students, faculty/staff or other constituents, including Clotilde Bowen Annual Lectureship on Diversity.

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