The University of Michigan Stroke Research Program supports a wide array of research designed to prevent and treat stroke. Researchers at the Program pioneer new methods to improve the care of stroke patients and prevent stroke around the country. Members of the Stroke Program strive to raise awareness about stroke prevention and to improve motivation to seek urgent stroke care. Members are particularly concerned with efforts to reach the poor and underserved, and focus on populations with high stroke risk and limited resources.
Gift Donations Fact Sheet
1. How can donations be made to the University of Michigan Stroke Program?
You can either visit the University of Michigan Donation Website or use the Paypal widget in the sidebar.
2. Can donations be made in memory or in honor of a person?
Yes. Donations can be made in memory or in honor of a person. The website will allow you to submit the name of the person to be honored or remembered and the name and address of the person to be notified of the donation. Donation amounts are not included in the acknowledgement letter.
3. Can donations be deducted on income tax?
Yes. Donations to the Stroke Program are deductible for income, gift, and estate tax purposes under the Internal Revenue Code. The University of Michigan has 501(c)(3) non-profit tax exempt status (federal tax ID number: 38-6006309). You will receive a letter documenting the amount donated.
4. Is more information available about donations to the University of Michigan Stroke Program?
Yes, you can get more information about donations to the University of Michigan Stroke Program by contacting:
The new Maria Grupe at 734-998-7251
5. Is more information available about the University of Michigan Stroke Program?
Yes. The missions of the University of Michigan Stroke Program include performing cutting edge research, providing excellent patient care, and training a new generation of Stroke Physicians. The University of Michigan Medical Center is a Joint Commission-approved Primary Stroke Center, and houses a state-of-the-art Stroke Unit. The University of Michigan is also the only Stroke Center in Michigan to be granted the American Heart Association “Get with the Guidelines-Stroke” Gold performance achievement award three years in a row. The multidisciplinary Stroke Program also trains expert stroke physicians through its ACGME-accredited Stroke Fellowship Program. You can also click on these links to find more information about:
Fellowship Training Program