Warren Alpert Medical School

Brown’s medical faculty, staff, and students are invested in discovery, service to society, and the health of individuals and communities.

A National Leader in Medical Education and Biomedical Research

The Warren Alpert Medical School is home to a community of faculty who are leading scholars in their field, heralding path-breaking research that can change lives. For students, the school offers an unparalleled medical education where they can find and develop their own unique path in medicine.

Philanthropic support is the driving force behind innovative medical education programs and synergistic faculty research aimed at improving the health and wellness of all. Together, we have the power to decipher disease and change what’s possible in medical care.

Through Annual Fund support, we're educating the next generation of physician leaders at The Warren Alpert Medical School.
The Warren Alpert Medical School educates students to serve not only as excellent clinicians and researchers, but also as health care leaders and agents of change.
Being diagnosed with a chronic or long-term disease can be devastating, so Brown is committed to building outstanding research teams focused on improving people’s lives.

The Medical School has seen tremendous growth in recent years which has brought about a powerful surge in our ability to mitigate disease through our research efforts and inspire the next generation of physicians to do the same.

Jack A. Elias, MD Senior Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences

Give the gift of medicine.

Support The Warren Alpert Medical School today.

For information about specific giving opportunities, please contact:

Cailie Burns
Assistant Dean of Biomedical Advancement
+1 (401) 863-1635
[email protected]

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