Office of Development


Giving to the Department of Radiology

Our Vision

The Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan is more than a century old and plays a more critical role in the care of our patients than ever before. Our board-certified, highly trained professionals are leaders in their fields and perform more than 700,000 diagnostic and interventional procedures each year. Our teams collaborate with physicians in every major discipline to provide the most accurate treatment for our patients. Using state-of-the-art equipment and innovative techniques, we are committed to patient safety, using the lowest amount radiation needed to create diagnostic examinations.

Become a Victor

At the University of Michigan, radiology faculty are translating laboratory discoveries into patient care protocols to provide the safest and most effective imaging and image guided therapy. Today, you can partner with us as we continue to make strides in patient care, education and research and discover new information about health, disease pathophysiology and treatment.

To learn how to help contact:

To learn more contact:

Jason Keech

Jason Keech

Assistant Director of Development


Or click one of the following links to make an online gift today:

Terry M. Silver Collegiate Professorship

The Terry M. Silver Collegiate Professorship will contribute to the advancement of diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound in radiology at U-M. The professorship will serve to honor Dr. Silver’s passion for teaching and training. Give Now

Radiology Innovation Fund

Gifts to this fund will further innovation and collaboration initiatives within the Department of Radiology, primarily through the annual Radiology Clinical Innovation & Value Challenge to stimulate new radiology inventions, products, services, and educational innovations. Give Now

Resident Education Fund

The Resident Education Fund will provide programmatic enhancement including travel opportunities, conference attendance and event participation, as well as educational technology and materials. Give Now