Joshua Benjamin Weitzel Fund for Developmental Neurobiology
This fund was established in 2007 by Kent and Suzanne Weitzel to support pediatric brain research. Kent and Suzanne’s son, Joshua B. Weitzel, was born with a severe birth defect of the brain, and had many surgeries during his 24 year life. Joshua passed away in 2006, but continues to inspire our researchers work through his fund.
If you are looking for a way to make a difference in the area of birth defects and neurodevelopmental research, then please partner with us in our mission. Opportunities are available to support care, training of the next generation of specialists, and transformative research. The work of the physicians and scientists dedicated to this field is greatly enhanced and sustained through private philanthropy.
For information on philanthropic opportunities please contact Stephen Figueroa, at 352-273-7986 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Gifts can be made via credit card, check, transfers of stock, real estate, or planned gifts such as wills, trusts, and annuities. If we are already included in your will, please let us know. We’d like to thank you and make sure your gift is worded in a way to maximize your impact.
Other UF Health Giving Opportunities
Dr. Herbert and Nicole Wertheim UF Scripps Excellence in Healthcare Endowment
Brooks/Hagood Family Scholarship Fund for Excellence in Alzheimer and Parkinson Research
Byrne Family Fund for Excellence in CMT Research