Adopt-a-Specimen Initiative

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More than 1,900 historic anatomic and pathological surgical wet, dry and wax specimens are in danger of deterioration if not carefully maintained. The earliest specimens date from 1897 and the bulk of the collection dates to the 1930s, and were prepared by UTMB's former faculty and students. These specimens along with the vast medical memorabilia collections will form the nucleus of the future medical museum at Old Red.

Giving Options

Gold Level = $10,000
• Engraved label attached to a specimen/container
• 8X10" print of the adopted specimen
• Historical description/story of the adopted specimen (researched/written by a UTMB student)
• Guided tour of Old Red and UTMB's historical specimens collections

Silver Level = $5,000
• Engraved label attached to a specimen/container
• 8X10" print of the adopted specimen
• Historical description/story of the adopted specimen (researched/written by a UTMB student)

Bronze Level = $2,500
• Engraved label attached to a specimen/container
• 8X10" print of the adopted specimen

FOR lapel pin 

  Donors contributing $500 or more will receive a commemorative
  Friends of Old Red lapel pin.

Donation Information
$ 10,000.00
$ 5,000.00
$ 2,500.00
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Please include your (and your spouse's) name as you would like for it to appear for the recognition. (If you check anonymous, your name and this gift will not be listed for recognition).
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Memorial & Tribute Information
Make this gift in memory of OR in honor of someone special

 

Questions? For more information contact:

Wendy O'Donohoe, Director of Development
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, TX  77555-0148
409-747-8363
weodonoh@utmb.edu

 

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