We are looking to build philanthropic partnerships with visionaries who want to change the world through investments in health and medicine.

  • Students and Faculty

    (Endowed // Current-use minimums)

    • Professorship
      $4 million and above
    • Associate Professorship
      $2 million
    • Faculty Fellowship
      $1 million
    • Postdoctoral Fellowship
      $500,000 (increases to $1 million on July 1, 2019) // $75,000
    • Academy Fellowship
      $500,000 // $75,000
    • MMSc in Global Health Delivery Student Fellowship
      $500,000 // $75,000
    • PhD Student Fellowship
      $500,000 // $50,000
    • Medical Student Scholarship
      $250,000 (increases to $500,000 on Jan. 1, 2020) // $50,000
    • Medical Student Financial Aid
      $100,000 (increases to $250,000 on Jan. 1, 2020) // $25,000

    For more information about naming opportunities, please contact Ariadne Valsamis, senior director of principal and major gifts, at 617-384-8501 or ariadne_valsamis@hms.harvard.edu.

  • Programs and Initiatives

    • Research Core, Center, or Institute
      $10 million and above
    • Quad Fund for Research
      $1 million and above // $250,000
    • Leadership Funds for Department Chair or Dean
      $100,000 and above

    For more information about naming opportunities, please contact Ariadne Valsamis, senior director of principal and major gifts, at 617-384-8501 or ariadne_valsamis@hms.harvard.edu.

  • Next-Century Quadrangle

    • Buildings, Pavilions, Labs, Revitalized Tosteson Medical Education Center (TMEC), and Other Iconic Spaces
      Gift ranges upon request

    For more information about naming opportunities, please contact Ariadne Valsamis, senior director of principal and major gifts, at 617-384-8501 or ariadne_valsamis@hms.harvard.edu.

Whether you wish to honor family members or pay tribute to a colleague or mentor, we’ve got a chair for that in the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center Amphitheater.
Eve J. Higginbotham, MD '79, inscribed her chair "In honor of my parents Luther & Ruby Higginbotham."
Michael Aronow, AB ’84, MD ’89, named a chair in honor of his father, Wilbert Aronow, MD ’57 (above), and his 60th Reunion and all his achievements.
R. Pepper Murray, MD ’86 (far left), helped secure $110,000 in scholarship support by encouraging classmates to name chairs in honor of Reunion. He is pictured with classmates (left to right) Frank Voss, MD, Ming Hui Chen, MD, and Benjamin Chang, MD