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Recent News from the Office of Development
2018 NAM Spring Appeal
The 2018 NAM Annual Fund spring appeal letter was sent on June 6th. Read the full letter from NAM President Victor J. Dzau, M.D.
2017 By the Numbers
It is philanthropy from our members and friends that allows the NAM to make important strides toward improving human health both nationally and globally. We prepared a brief overview of the NAM’s 2017 highlights to share with you. Please download the NAM’s 2017 By the Numbers impact report to learn how your gift is put to work. You can learn more about the programs in the report by clicking on the corresponding program names. Thank you!
Bobbie A. Berkowitz, Ph.D., R.N., has never wavered in her commitment to the National Academy of Medicine, even before she was elected in 2001. An active member from the start, she most recently serves on the National Academies’ Report Review Committee. To read more about Dr. Berkowitz’ longstanding dedication to the NAM, follow the link to our Donor Spotlight page.
Supporting the National Academy of Medicine
The National Academy of Medicine’s (NAM) groundbreaking programs and initiatives are founded on the principles of leadership, innovation, and impact. Through the unparalleled expertise of our membership, our commitment to bold and cross-cutting solutions, and our power to unite stakeholders around urgent priorities, the NAM sets the agenda for global progress in health and health care.
As an independent, nonprofit organization, the NAM relies on philanthropic dollars to fund its work. For example, donations to the NAM support:
- A Healthy Longevity Challenge that is engaging innovators, scientists, and entrepreneurs as they compete to catalyze breakthrough discoveries and technologies that will transform the field and stimulate new research and solutions around healthy longevity.
- A first of its kind Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-being and Resilience committed to reversing trends in clinician burnout.
- Health Policy Educational Programs and Fellowships designed to expand opportunities for early to mid-career scientists, scholars, and practitioners by immersing them in health policy development and administration on a national scale.
Learn about the benefits of membership in one of the NAM’s philanthropic societies.
For more information, or to make a gift, contact the Office of Development at 202-334-2431.