The Duke Department of Urology relies on individual gifts and philanthropic partnerships to help support our clinical, research, and educational missions and to secure funds for the future.

We encourage you to consider supporting the Department of Urology by making a gift to the Urology Excellence Fund or to the E. Everett Anderson Resident Education Fund, which provides professional development and research opportunities for trainees.


Urology Excellence Fund

This unrestricted fund supports clinical and research innovations, professional development, team building, and other immediate needs of the department.

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E. Everett Anderson Resident Education Fund

Help Duke Urology remain one of the nation's preeminent urology training programs by contributing to the E. Everett Anderson Resident Education Fund. Your tax-deductible donations will ensure that we continue to provide state-of-the-art education and exposure to our select group of young doctors. Much of the growing cost of resident education is no longer covered by dollars from academic departments, the health system, or from industry. The E. Everett Anderson Fund helps to fill this gap and is used to support resident educational teaching materials and books as well as travel to the highest caliber urology scientific meetings, where Duke residents not only learn but present their latest discoveries.

This fund is named after long-time faculty member E. Everett Anderson, T'55, MD'58, HS'64, who attended both college and medical school at Duke. Dr. Anderson finished a residency in urology at Duke in 1964, followed by a fellowship in transplantation at Harvard. In 1965, he began his tenure of more than 50 years on the Duke Urology faculty. He retired from practice at Duke in 2004 but has continued serving on the staff at the Durham VA Medical Center. Dr. Anderson has an infectious love for urology and the art of surgery. Throughout his career, he has served as a mentor for all to be the best doctor that one could be. He has done all of this with an unparalleled sense of humor, which has remained with his trainees over the years. He has mentored over 160 urology residents and countless medical students.

Donors may also contact our development partner:

Jessica Baga May
Senior Director of Development
Duke Health Development and Alumni Affairs
300 W. Morgan Street
Suite 1200
Durham, NC 27701
919-385-3199 office