In the past decade, neurologists have made great advances in the treatment of such devastating neurological disorders as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Aided by modern techniques of neuroimaging, genetics, biochemistry, pharmacology, and clinical trial methodology, neurology has emerged from its origins as primarily a diagnostic specialty into a new era of therapeutic successes.
The UNC Department of Neurology is at the forefront of this new era as a leader in teaching, providing, and discovering new treatments for neurological diseases. Your gift will help ensure we provide our patients with the latest proven innovations in neurological care, attract talented faculty, expand our research programs, and continue to train our residents to become caring and highly-skilled neurologists.
Support the Department of Neurology
Neurology for Residents and Nurses Education Fund
Gifts to this fund will enable more specialized trainings for our residents and nurses, new and continued research, and travel to conferences and meetings.
General Neurology Fund
Your gift allows the department to fund new and continued research and treatments of the most serious neurological diseases the citizens of North Carolina face, including memory and cognitive disorders, neuromuscular disorders, multiple sclerosis, and more.
Neurology Disorder Parkinson’s Disease Research
The need for services to care for Parkinson’s patients in North Carolina continues to grow as the general population ages. We are committed to conducting outstanding clinical and basic science research in Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, translate our research into advances in treatment, improving the lives of patients and their families. Your gift will help continue providing innovative clinical care, patient education, specialized training to neurologists across the state, and investigator-initiated research.
Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact:
Director of Development, Neurosciences