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Corporate Giving Opportunities

Our Corporate Relations team seeks to promote mutually beneficial, long-term relationships with corporations, and can assist you in building strategic partnerships with UPMC.

As a leading academic health center, we pledge to work with industry in a transparent and socially beneficial manner to jointly pursue our shared goal of improving the health and welfare of our society.

UPMC’s Industry Relationship Policy guides our interactions with corporations and is intended to help ensure that our clinical decision-making, education, and research activities promote the translation of the best available evidence and research into patient care. 

We recognize that health care product manufacturers and marketers can play an important role in assisting us with advancing science and improving health care, and aim to collaborate in an appropriate manner guided by the policy.

Corporations have supported a variety of initiatives at UPMC, including:

  • Clinical fellowships
  • Funding for fellow/resident travel to national and international conferences
  • Community outreach activities
  • Patient education
  • In-kind gifts of equipment

For more information about corporate partnerships with and giving to UPMC, please contact Megan Greenawalt, Corporate Relations Officer, at 412-802-8317.

Learn more about the UPMC Industry Relationship Policy.

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