​Donate to the UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine

We appreciate your interest in making a donation to support our groundbreaking work. Whether you choose to support one of our specialized research initiatives, contribute to our ongoing need for the most advanced equipment, or support the funds necessary to conduct ongoing clinical trials, your contribution is highly valued at any level of giving.

Your gift to the Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine plays an important role in accelerating the most promising discoveries in regenerative medicine, helping to keep UPMC at the forefront of cutting-edge research, for the benefit of patients and their families in western Pennsylvania and around the world.

Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated. If you are interested in supporting a specific area within the Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine, there are several options:

  • Stem cell therapies
  • Muscle regeneration
  • Fat grafting
  • Soft tissue reconstruction
  • Burn therapies
  • Skin cell transplant
​Your gift may be increased if you work for a company with a matching gift program. Your gift may also be tax deductible.
 
For more information about confidentially discussing a donation to the Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine, please contact:
 
Sam McCrimmon

Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
University of Pittsburgh and UPMC
Forbes Tower, Suite 8084
3600 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 251-3152
mccrimmonsi@upmc.edu​

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