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Advancing Together: The Campaign for UMass ChanAt UMass Chan, we’re Advancing Together.

That’s the name of our ambitious $500 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, which dovetails with UMass Chan’s first brand campaign of the same name and is the largest fundraising initiative in school history.

The Advancing Together campaign will attract philanthropic resources to foster innovation, drive discoveries and educate future leaders in medicine, nursing and science—all so that we can build healthier communities here in Massachusetts and across the world.

Find out how we're Advancing Together

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Our programs in medical education and biomedical research—and your support of them—changes lives. Learn more

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Updates about programs, research and students that are supported by you, our donors. 

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Convocation 2023: Chancellor Collins celebrates symphony of collaboration at UMass Chan 

In his annual Convocation address to the UMass Chan Medical School community on Thursday, Sept. 14, Chancellor Michael F. Collins embraced the Medical School’s new brand, “Advancing Together,” and was supported by an ensemble of local musicians who helped to illustrate the symphony of collaboration that exists across the UMass Chan campus.

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Stories of Giving

  • Patti Logan at Boston Marathon finish line

    Growing partnership with Boston Marathon boosts ALS research at UMass Chan

    A commitment to fighting ALS is a common thread that unites the Cellucci Fund marathon team in a profound way. This year’s team raised more than $105,000, exceeding their goal and bringing critical funding to ALS and related research at UMass Chan and in the lab of Robert H. Brown Jr., DPhil, MD, the Donna M. and Robert J. Manning Chair in Neurosciences and professor of neurology. 

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  • Students playing ping pong in Student Lounge.

    Alumni contribute new ping pong paddles to UMass Chan

    When Jürgen Holleck, MD’99, R’02, and Walter Mutter, MD’99, returned to the UMass Chan campus for Reunion 2024 in May, for old times’ sake, they visited the Student Lounge, where they used to play ping pong to unwind after long days of studying.

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  • Beth McCormick and Thoru Pederson interact during a question-and-answer session.

    Supporters of science take a ride on the gut highway

    Are we more microbial than human? This thought-provoking question was posed at the 39th annual meeting of the Hudson Hoagland Society (HHS) held on May 14 at UMass Chan Medical School. 

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