Make a Gift

You have the opportunity to make a significant difference by supporting the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at UCSF. Given our dedication to excellence in imaging, education, and research, we believe that the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging will long continue its role as a leader in the field. Please consider making a gift. Any amount is valuable, and all gifts are tax-deductible. 

How to Contribute

To be a part of our efforts through a contribution to the Radiology Department, go to the online giving form. There, you can choose a designation for your gift, including Radiology Programs and Innovations, fund # B0590; or the Margulis Society, benefiting resident and fellow training in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, fund #B0593. 

Additional Ways to Contribute

There are many ways to support the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging: Pledges; outright gifts; planned giving options, including trusts and bequests; and specialized giving opportunities. Gifts and pledges may support current programs within the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, establish new programs, or provide capital improvements.

Make a Gift Contact

For more information about how you can support the Department of Radiology please contact:

Annie Roeser
Assistant Director of Development, UCSF
Office: (415) 476-5074
Mobile: (415) 933-9218
Email: annie.roeser@ucsf.edu

For general information about the Margulis Society, upcoming news and events please contact:

Katie Murphy
Event and Communications Manager
Office: (415) 476-9776
Email: katherine.murphy@ucsf.edu

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