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Donate to the Department of Neurosurgery
Gifts and donations may be sent to:
Frank Culicchia, MD
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Memorial Gifts - Donations to the LSU Department of Neurosurgery in the name of a loved one or friend furthers our work against brain tumors. We will send an acknowledgement to the family or individuals you designate. Please be sure to include the full mailing address of the individual who should receive our note of appreciation.
Matching Gifts - Many employers will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please click here for a searchable database: http://www.matchinggift.com/lsu/
Gift of Stock - How to make a gift of stock.
Establish an Endowment - Make a gift that keeps on giving in your name.
Consider a Planned Gift - Remember LSU Department of Neurosurgery in your will, trust, or other plan for the future.
In-kind Gifts - Donations of tangible personal property or equipment.
Home is where your health is.
There’s no place like home, especially when you or a loved one is battling an illness as serious as brain cancer. The LSU Department of Neurosurgery is committed to providing our community and region with superior medical care so our patients can enjoy the comforts of home as they receive treatment.Our clinical faculty are leaders committed to providing innovative patient care and training the neurosurgeons of the future. This commitment is based upon the recognition that our patients have entrusted their health and lives to our care.
Our patients can attest to our dedication to their care.You can help us follow our mission of superior patient care, research to improve patient care and outcome, and the education of residents and medical students by donating to the LSU Department of Neurosurgery. Your gift, no matter the size, supports the work we do each day to bring the very best in care to our patients, search for cures for their illness, and train the physicians of tomorrow.
In 1967, David G. Kline, MD became the founding Chairman of the LSUHSC Neurosurgery Department establishing international recognition for the department for the training of neurosurgical residents, research, and clinical care. He remained Chairman of the Neurosurgery Department until he stepped down in 2006. The David G. Kline, M.D. Endowed Chair was created to honor Dr. Kline’s lifetime of achievements. This fund will allow the Neurosurgery Department to carry on his legacy by attracting an outstanding clinician/researcher to the chair and to continue Dr. Kline’s important work in the area of clinical and experimental peripheral nerve injuries, entrapments and tumors.
Joseph Nadell Pediatric Chair
Kelsey Bradley Favrot Neuro-Oncology Chair
Lee Happel, PhD has devoted over 40 years of service to those training in the Departments of Neurosurgery and Neurology. Lee remains passionate about medical education as evidenced by his continued residency supervision. To honor Lee and all of his contributions, an annual lectureship has been established in his name. Each year, an expert in the field of Neurophysiology is invited as a Visiting Professor to the LSU Health Sciences Center to present a lecture providing the faculty, residents and research staff cutting edge information in the field of Neurophysiology.
Raymond Dahl Lectureship
Skull Base Laboratory
Spinal Biomechanical Lab
Brain Tumor Initiative