Support the Surgical Outcomes Research Center
There are several ways you can support the MedStar-Georgetown Surgical Outcomes Research Center (MG-SORC), to advance the efficient and effective delivery of surgical care for patients with cancer. Your tax-deductible contribution to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in support of MG-SORC helps accelerate innovation to surgical oncology and advance care to better serve patients and families at MedStar Health and beyond.
A Gift to MG-SORC will benefit…
Recognizes and rewards outstanding research results by our students, residents, fellows, and other investigators in each of the below fields by supporting travel expenses of 1 to 2 researchers to present their findings at a peer-reviewed national society/association meeting.
- MG-SORC Travel Fund: supports the field of surgical outcomes and health disparities
- Surgical Oncology Travel Fund: supports the field of surgical oncology
This lectureship represents one of the best opportunities for education, training, and collaboration when a renowned expert is invited to speak at our institution.
- MG-SORC Annual Lectureship: Funds will support a yearly visiting lectureship to discuss the latest research in Surgical Outcomes and the delivery of surgical care.
- Surgical Oncology Annual Lectureship: Funds will support a yearly visiting lectureship to discuss the latest, cutting-edge research endeavors in the field of Surgical Oncology.
MG-SORC Surgical Fellow Fund
This fund provides career development opportunities for residents/medical students who are interested in understanding and expanding the field of surgical outcomes at Georgetown and MedStar Health.
This multi-disciplinary, mentored surgical fellowship will offer our funded fellow critical research skills to play an effective role in mitigating health disparities in patient access and outcomes, and variation in surgical quality and care.
MG-SORC Named Surgical Outcomes Scientist Endowment
In order to elevate and transform the field of surgical outcomes and health care disparities in a leading manner, robust and collaborative, multi-science research is crucial. This generous naming opportunity will enable us to recruit talented and highly sought after research scientists to aggressively pursue these lines of research at Georgetown University and MedStar Health.
For more ways you can support the MG-SORC, please contact Pam Maroulis, CFRE, vice president of philanthropy at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, at 202-444-2239 or via email at [email protected]