Department of Dermatology
About Our Work
UNC’s Department of Dermatology is an academic referral center with experience in managing the most complicated cases. We are often the last resource for patients who have conditions that are challenging to diagnose and treat. We are the institution that prepares the physicians for the future. Our department has been training outstanding dermatologists for over 50 years. By making a donation to UNC Dermatology, you help to ensure that we can provide a high level of patient care; recruit the best dermatologists and retain our most talented faculty; sustain our research programs; provide our patients with the latest proven innovations in dermatologic care; and continue to train residents and fellows to become caring, talented, and skilled dermatologists.
Support the Department of Dermatology
Your gift to the Dermatology Alumni Fund provides support for research, teaching, and administration in the department, including supplies, equipment, books, journals, and technology. Funds also provide support to attend regional and national professional meetings; for the preparation of scientific papers; honoraria and other expenses for visiting teachers; and short-term resident stipends.
Your gift to the Dermatology Fund for Excellence provides general support for projects and programs within the Department of Dermatology including research, conference and meeting attendance with related travel, scholarships, and other priorities identified at the discretion of the Chair of the Department of Dermatology.
Your gift to the Pediatric Dermatology Fund supports education, research, and patient care initiatives relevant to pediatric dermatology—caring for some of our youngest patients.
To make a donation by mail, please send a check to the address below. Make check payable to “The Medical Foundation of N.C., Inc” and, in the memo line, please note the fund you wish to support.
The Medical Foundation of N.C., Inc
PO Box 1050
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-9981
Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact:
Deidre A. Bruce
Director of Development, Department of Dermatology