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Support Our School


Philanthropic investment in the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems will help the School continue its rapid ascendance as one of the nation’s top biomedical engineering programs. Funding needs include:


We have helped establish the University as a leader in translational research that can systematically and successfully move innovation out of the university to benefit humanity. Philanthropic investment is critical to advancing our prominence in research. We seek funding to scale up discovery and innovation, particularly in the areas of neuroengineering, bioinformatics, computational bioengineering and regenerative bioengineering.

Endowed Scholarships and Fellowships

Scholarships and fellowships offset tuition and other expenses of talented students with financial need, enabling them to complete their undergraduate or graduate studies and successfully enter the workforce with minimal student loan debt.

New and Enhanced Facilities

Whether through endowed funds that provide for the continuous technological improvement of laboratories, classrooms, workspaces and buildings, or leadership gifts to provide for new facilities for a growing enrollment, a substantial and important impact can be made on the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems.

Interdisciplinary collaboration

Interdisciplinary collaborations and BS/MS degree programs ensure that BIOMED students can explore career opportunities across industries, from biomaterials and implants to agriculture. BIOMED is committed to leveraging our setting in a comprehensive research university to provide students with innovative, interdisciplinary advanced study opportunities.

Biomed Strategic Planning Fund

Gifts to this fund allow the School’s leadership to invest in areas of greatest need to advance the School’s mission.


For more information about giving opportunities at the Drexel University School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems, please contact:

Paul Brandt-Rauf, ScD, MD, DrPh Paul Brandt-Rauf, ScD, MD, DrPh
Distinguished University Professor and Dean
School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Allison Seeley Allison Seeley
Director of Development
Institutional Advancement