Why Support NCRM
Private donations play a major role in supporting the National Center for Regenerative Medicine’s mission of training the next generation of researchers, conducting innovative research and discovering therapeutics for clinical care. Donor support also provides NCRM with the opportunity to attract world-renowned faculty for collaborative research projects and training and education programs.
Areas of Support
Case Western Reserve University is ranked among the nation’s leading academic research institutions. To further add, NCRM researchers are leading the way in groundbreaking regenerative medicine and stem cell research. With limited federal research funding available, NCRM is looking to partner with private donors to help drive innovations in research and accelerate applications for clinical care.
Training and Education
Philanthropic support designated to training and education programs gives NCRM the ability to develop innovative training programs and international forums for exchange through conferences. In addition, funding allows us to provide scholarships to students interested in Regenerative Medicine research.
Philanthropic support enhances NCRM’s competitive advantage to recruit faculty and build collaborative partnerships with investigators to develop novel research projects and training opportunities.
Endowments serve as a supplemental stream of revenue to sustain academic and research initiatives. An endowment can be designated to support a specific initiative or can be unrestricted. An unrestricted endowment allows the resource to be designated by NCRM’s leadership to support key strategic initiatives.