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UCF College of Medicine
Attn: Erin Oglethorpe
6850 Lake Nona Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32827

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For more information on planned gifts, matching corporate gifts and donor advised funds, please contact Chip Roberts, Assistant Vice President for Advancement, at 407.266.1040 or Chip@ucf.edu.


Established in 2006, the UCF College of Medicine strives to become the nation’s premier 21st century medical school. With a spirit of passion, compassion and ambition, our goal is nothing less than to transform health care and the practice of medicine in this country. Our most important partners will be the philanthropic donors who are driven to be part of something greater than themselves and share our vision for excellence in research, education and patient care.

At UCF, we pursue breakthrough research in disciplines ranging from cancer treatment to hospitality management and optical networks to public administration.

Today’s American colleges and universities perform the majority of the nation’s basic research — the kind of research that not only seeks medical and scientific breakthroughs but also yields discoveries that positively impact our daily lives and drive the innovation economy.

At UCF, we conduct research of global significance in areas like computer science, alternative fuels, early cancer detection, stem cell technology and planetary sciences.

In the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, cancer researcher Dr. Annette Khaled is working on innovative therapies and techniques to hunt down and kill cancer cells that leave the original tumors and travel to other parts of the body.

Research is costly, though, and federal funding for basic research is declining. This makes private support for research initiatives more important than ever — a vital element in the work of UCF’s scientists, innovators and scholars as they pursue exciting lines of inquiry toward discoveries that make the world a better place.