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Ways to Give

Charitable Giving to the Department of Neurological Surgery

At the Columbia University Medical Center’s, Department of Neurological Surgery, we have a long-standing tradition of delivering the best neurological surgery care available. We also push the frontiers of discovery forward in an effort to develop new and more effective therapies. We strive to bring scientific research and discovery into clinical services to improve the lives of our patients. Each day, neurosurgeons and scientists work together to address the most difficult medical questions: how to treat and eventually cure and prevent the devastating disorders of the neurological system. We are driven by the needs of our patients and the promise of discovery.

Our many landmark contributions to the advancement of neurological surgery medicine are the result of novel ideas that have been funded through the generosity of visionary philanthropists. With the generous support of good friends, loyal alumni and grateful patients, future discoveries by our, neurosurgeons will be achieved through the pursuit of new ideas that push the limits of current knowledge and expand the boundaries of our ability to treat and cure.

Give Online

Donations can be made online or by mail as a memo. Look below for more information or click here to make an online credit card donation.


Donations can also be made payable to "Columbia University" with "Neurological Surgery" in the memo and sent to:

Theresa Vanni-Reyes
Department Administrator
Department of Neurological Surgery
Neurological Institute
Columbia University Medical Center
710 West 168 Street
New York, NY 10032
Tel: (212) 305-5543

Matthew Reals
Senior Director of Development
Physicians & Surgeons CUMC Development
Columbia University
Office of Development
100 Haven Avenue, Room 29D
New York, NY 10032
Tel: (212) 304-7203

Thank you for supporting the Department of Neurological Surgery. Together, we can save lives.

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