Molecular Biology Donors

The Department of Molecular Biology (MOL) would like to acknowledge the generous donors who have supported the research and teaching missions of our department with endowed funds or large term gifts.  Endowed funds for Senior Thesis Research allow MOL to provide stipends for rising seniors to participate in an immersive, 9-week thesis research summer program enabling them to make spectacular discoveries in their thesis research. Other donors have provided endowed fellowship funds for our graduate students, launching the careers of the next generation of life scientists. Still other donors have provided innovation funds awarded to faculty that seed high-risk, high-reward research projects.  We are grateful for the gifts that have helped MOL ensure its continued leadership position in life science teaching and research.

Endowed Funds for Senior Thesis Research

Class of 1943 Molecular Biology Senior Thesis Fund
The Susan W. and James C. Blair ‘61 P87 Endowed Senior Thesis Fund
Robert W. and Eleanor A. Crecca Senior Thesis Research Fund for Molecular Biology
Elkins Family Senior Thesis Fund in Molecular Biology
Anthony Evnin ’62 Senior Thesis Fund
David H. Hickok ’52 Senior Thesis Research Fund
Rupert and Loretta Jones Molecular Biology Senior Thesis Endowment Fund
Bill Lane ’73 Senior Thesis Research Fund for Molecular Biology
W. Reid Pitts, Jr. Senior Thesis Fund in Molecular Biology/Biology

Funds for Graduate Student Fellowships

Barbara Schulz Card Fellowship Fund
Robert G. Easton ’58 Fund
The Hariri P’13 Molecular Biology Graduate Fellowships Fund
Samuel D. Isaly ’67 Fellowship Fund
Robert F. Johnston, Class of ’58 Fellowship in Molecular Biology
Scharf-Ullman Fellowship Fund

Endowed and Term Innovation and Other Funds

Anonymous Presidential Gift
Robert L. Card ’56 Family Fund for Cancer-Related Research
Sud Cook ’39 Fund for the Prevention of Addiction
James A. Elkins, Jr. ’41 Preceptorship Fund
David L. Fitzgerald Memorial Fund in Molecular Biology
Wilbur H. Gantz, III ’59 Endowment Fund for Molecular Biology
Robert J. Hugin ’76 Molecular Biology Fund
Marshall P. Levine ’92 and Rachael C. Levine ’00 Fund for Innovation