The School of Biomedical Informatics is pushing the boundaries of how we use data to improve clinical health care delivery and accelerate biomedical discovery. Join us on our journey to discover, innovate and impact.
Giving to the School of Biomedical Informatics (SBMI) not only supports our students, faculty and researchers, it also aids in paving the way for future advancements in the biomedical informatics field. At its core, SBMI aims to educate students as they pursue solutions in health care that will improve quality, reduce cost and increase access; won’t you join them in that pursuit?
Ways to Give
Dean’s Excellence Fund
In order to support a diverse set of strategic initiatives, this fund allows SBMI’s Dean to strengthen the school's highest priorities. This may include faculty recruitment, student scholarships, infrastructure development or research funding.
SBMI Scholarship Funds
These funds give exemplary SBMI students the tuition assistance they need to attain academic achievement in our graduate programs. These current-use funds are essential to the success of the school. Here is a list of funds you can contribute to:
Doris Ross Scholarship Fund
Dr. Noriaki Aoki Fund
SBMI Scholarship Excellence Fund
SBMI Student Governance Scholarship Fund
The Vivian L. Smith Foundation Scholarships in Clinical Informatics
Want to provide support to SBMI in perpetuity? Donors can establish a named scholarship endowment or fellowship fund with a minimum gift of $25,000; ensuring that students from SBMI are gifted with financial support in the future.
Gifts of professorships, endowments, seed funding for research and planned gifts (e.g. bequests or gift annuities) can also be given to SBMI.
If you are interested in making a gift or want additional information, we invite you to contact the UTHealth Office of Development at 713.500.3200.