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Support Translational Neuroscience
and Mental Health Research

The Translational Neuroscience Program is dedicated to advancing the scientific understanding of the mechanisms of mental illness in order to develop novel means to diagnose and treat, and ultimately predict and prevent, these disorders, and to providing a stimulating learning environment and educational opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, MD-PhD and postdoctoral trainees.

If you are interested in supporting these efforts, a gift to the Translational Neuroscience Program will have a direct impact on helping us achieve these goals.

The University of Pittsburgh provides a convenient online form to make giving convenient and easy. When donating online, please fill in your general contact information on the first page. On the Gift Information page, please add “Translational Neuroscience Program” in the Other box.

Donations of all sizes can help us make a difference in the lives of individuals with schizophrenia and their loved ones.


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To send a gift by mail, please complete the Mail-in Gift Form, or send a check or money order to: The Pitt Fund, 128 North Craig Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Include your name and phone number and indicate that you’d like to support the “David A. Lewis Lab” on the subject line of your check.


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Understanding the Brain
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