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The Department of Neurological Surgery is dedicated to the best in patient care, research, and teaching. We owe much of what we achieve to the support of a generous community — to the support of people like you.
Donations help support patient- and family-centered care, breakthroughs in medical research, and the training of tomorrow’s physicians. And by giving — perhaps in gratitude for care, or in memory of a loved one — you can help improve the lives of your friends, your family, and your region.
If you would like to be our partner in improving health and changing lives, we recommend one of the funds listed below. Or, if you would like to learn more about giving to the Department of Neurological Surgery, please contact UW Medicine Advancement at (206) 543-5686 or email@example.com.
Thank you very much for your interest in our work.
Our Priority Funds
Neurological Surgery Discretionary Fund (NEURDI)
Caring for our patients and for the health of our community is a tremendously important part of our work. By giving to this fund, you will help the department support patients and its teaching and research mission. Funds are used at the discretion of the chair of the department.
Neurosurgery Residency Fund (NERESI)
The future of neurological surgery will be determined by the doctors, researchers, and other medical professionals who come to UW Medicine for training. Your gift will help the department support resident training.
Neurological Surgery Gifts Fund (NSGIFT)
In supporting this fund, you’ll help researchers in the Department of Neurological Surgery to investigate the causes of and potential treatments for neurological diseases and disorders.
Brain Tumor Research Fund
Vivian Marie Kliot Memorial Research Fund
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Dr. Browd specializes in pediatric neurosurgery, specifically with children who have hydrocephalus, brain & spinal cord tumors, pediatric cervical spine, spina bifida, chiari malformations, and spacticity.
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