THE CLYDE AND HELEN WU CENTER FOR MOLECULAR CARDIOLOGY
Help Make Heart Problems a thing of the Past
At the Center for Molecular Cardiology, one of the world’s most extraordinary heart research centers, a team of scientists and physicians are shaping the very future of medicine. The groundbreaking discoveries featured in this newsletter provide new hope to the 64 million Americans with cardiovascular disease. The research made possible by the Center can make a real difference to their health.
Private support is crucial to the mission of the Center. Your assistance is vital for us to initiate new avenues of research while continuing the progress we have already demonstrated. Renovations and improvements to our laboratories, recruiting new researchers, and providing fellowships for young scientists are a few of the unique giving opportunities to help the Center for Molecular Cardiology lead the fight against heart disease.
Contributions in any amount are welcome. Naming and memorial giving opportunities are still available.
To discuss giving opportunities or to receive a free subscription to Heart Horizons, please contact the Center’s Program Coordinator, Dawn La Salle at 212.851.5340 (tel) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, you may donate online at https://wwwb.ais.columbia.edu/udar/UDARGiftForm.jsp.
Direct your gift to the “College of Physicians and Surgeons” and specify “Center for Molecular Cardiology” in the field designed for additional information.
The Center for Molecular Cardiology at Columbia University is tax exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS code. Our Federal I.D. number is 13-5598093.
Every successful step we make in heart research today could very well benefit you, or someone you love, tomorrow.