The UNC Department of Neurosurgery is committed to the principles of leading, teaching, and caring. Our multidisciplinary team offers treatment for many disciplines, working closely with specialists from other departments. Our facilities include a state-of-the-art spine and imaging center that offers a full range of treatment options and an on-site team. The Department is committed to team science and partnering with leading researchers throughout campus, the state, and the country.
Your gift will help ensure our patients have access to the latest proven innovations in neurosurgical care, attract talented faculty, expand our research programs, and continue to train our residents to become caring and highly-skilled neurosurgeons.
Support the Department of Neurosurgery
Neurosurgery Educational Fund
Your gift to the Neurosurgery Educational Fund offers our residents and nurses opportunities to participate in advanced training, travel to conferences, provides funding for research, and supports promising junior faculty members.
UNC Neuro Care Fund for Excellence
The Neuro Care Fund promotes the strategic goal of the Department to advance the care of patients with neurosurgical diseases, through building new clinical services and providing seed funding for cutting-edge research projects. Your gift will ensure we achieve our goal.
Pediatric Neurosurgery Fund for Research Excellence
Pediatric neurosurgery is a growing and evolving field. Your gift will support clinical care, education, training, and research to better serve the children of North Carolina.
It is said that it takes a village to raise a child, and we demonstrate this daily as our pediatric neurosurgeons work frequently within multidisciplinary teams to develop comprehensive treatment plans for children with neurosurgical disease. We are one of only five Level I American College of Surgeons verified pediatric trauma centers in the Southeastern US, and one of the only centers in the Southeast offering fetal spina bifida surgery.Give Now
Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact:
Director of Development, Neurosciences