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Megan Draper, MUSC Campus Director of Development


Susan Ward,
USC Campus Director of Development

Thank you for your interest in giving to the Center for Medication Safety. Grants and awards from government agencies and foundations will provide us with the means to further our knowledge of adverse drug effects and educate healthcare providers and the public. However, in the nascent stage of the Center for Medication Safety, our work requires support before we can apply for such major awards. We depend upon donations from individuals and corporations to support the start-up activities of the Center for Medication Safety.

Your gift makes a significant difference today in the life of someone you know, as anyone taking prescription or nonprescription medication is at risk of experiencing an adverse drug effect. 

An array of possibilities exists at the Center for donors interested in various naming opportunities. The financial requirements for various naming opportunities differ, and donors are encouraged to discuss their ideas with our director of development. The list below offers a basic idea of some of the naming opportunities currently available.

If you are interested in contributing, please contact:

Megan Draper, Director of Development, South Carolina College of Pharmacy, MUSC Campus, at (843) 792-4980 or mailto:draperm@sccp.sc.edu

or

Susan Ward, Director of Development, South Carolina College of Pharmacy, USC Campus, at (803) 777-5426 or wards@sccp.sc.edu.

Thank you for your interest.

Naming OpportunitiesAmount
Endowment for the Center$5 Million
Programmatic Support
  - Pharmacoepidemiology &
    Pharmacoeconomics Unit
  - Pharmacogenomics Unit
$100,000 Each
Endowed Chairs
  - Pharmacoepidemiology
  - Pharmacoeconomics
  - Pharmacogenomics
$1 Million Each
Endowed Professorship
  - Medication Safety
$500,000
Endowed Fellowships
  - Medication Safety
  - Pharmacoepidemiology
  - Pharmacoeconomics
  - Pharmacogenomics
$250,000 Each
Endowed Lectureship$75,000




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