The potential for impact is profound. You can personally help affect a change in the way clinicians may be able to treat psychiatric illnesses in the future.
Your support and generosity will enable scientists at the Taylor Family Institute for Innovative Psychiatric Research to push past traditional barriers along the drug discovery pipeline – easing the path for novel treatments to travel from bench to bedside.
Please help us on this mission to identify new and potentially better options for those affected by psychiatric illness. The odds are that you’ll be helping someone you know — perhaps without ever knowing.
“The Taylor Family Institute is uniquely positioned to promote a pipeline of discovery to treatment. Conventional support considers only fragments of this pipeline.”
Steven Mennerick, PhD, scientific director for the Taylor Family Institute
“Innovative development of new treatments will require sustained effort over the years. It is challenging to conduct this type of research based solely on governmental funding.”
—Yukitoshi Izumi, MD, PhD, core investigator
“Psychiatry is and will continue to be the major beneficiary of advances in neuroscience and genetics during the 21st century.”
Charles Zorumski, MD, Director of the Taylor Family Institute
Ways to give
If you are interested in making a gift to support the work of the Institute, you can donate online or contact the Office of Medical Alumni & Development to discuss other options.
The Office of Medical Alumni & Development
Washington University School of Medicine
Campus Box 1082
7425 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
Call: (314) 935-9714