The increase in human lifespans over the past 100 years can be traced back largely to many revolutionary scientific advances made possible by medical research projects.
Research studies or clinical trials come in many forms. Some are sponsored by industry—pharmaceutical or medical device companies—while others may be sponsored by grants from government or healthcare organizations like Scott & White.
The research work currently being conducted by doctors and scientists at Scott & White is expanding every day. Current research efforts fall into the following primary categories:
- Family Medicine
- Neuroscience Research
- Ob/Gyn Research
- Ophthalmic research
- Podiatric Research
- Center for Applied Health Research
- Center for Cell Death and Differentiation
- Center for Bone, Joint & Spine Research
- Digestive Disease Research Center
- Investigative Pathology
- Cancer Research Institute
- Cardiovascular Research Institute
For more information on research initiatives at Scott & White, visit our Research Department webpage.
To discuss how you can give a gift to support a currently established research project above or how to match an area of your interest with an identified Scott & White researcher, contact the Scott & White Healthcare Foundation at 254-724-2768 or 800-293-4483 (toll-free) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also make a secure, online donation to support research.
Ways to Give
Make a difference at Scott & White through our Corporate Circle and Children’s Miracle Network programs.
Learn about Scott & White Foundation Partners and how grants help fund valuable research and education initiatives.
Support Scott & White through your estate and explore opportunities to both give and receive.
Support Scott & White through annual gifts that go immediately to support our areas of greatest need and current fundraising opportunities.
Scott & White alumni support the ideals and future of Scott & White and healthcare innovation.
Honor the legacy of a friend or loved one by making a gift to Scott & White in their honor or memory.