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Ways to Give

Thank you for your interest in supporting the research of the Institute for Molecular Virology at the University of Minnesota. Gifts to the Institute for Molecular Virology are received by the University of Minnesota Foundation, a University of Minnesota-related nonprofit organization. Members of the University of Minnesota Foundation staff are well-prepared to answer any questions you may have.

Whether you make your gift online, by mail, or phone, please be sure to specify the Institute for Molecular Virology as the recipient. You may also direct your gift to a specific area of research or education within the Institute for Molecular Virology. Simply indicate the area you wish to support.

There are three easy ways to make your gift:

  • Online through a secure, online gift form.
  • By mail. Send your check to the University of Minnesota Foundation, 200 Oak Street S.E., Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
  • By phone with your credit card. Please call 1-800-775-2187 or 612-624-3333.

To learn about additional ways to give through appreciated securities, real estate, bequests, trusts, and more, go to Giving Opportunities.


Featured News & Events

'Wisc-e-sota', the 1st Joint UMN-UW Virology Training Grant Symposium will be held on Friday, Sepbember 20th, 2013 at the Uniiversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Cartwright Center. This is the inaugural collaborative symposium of the NIH T32-supported virology training programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Talks and poster sessions will be presented by students, postdocs and faculty.

The 2013 IMV Symposium was held in May, 2013 and featured Vincent Racaniello as the Keynote Speaker as well as the recording of an episode of 'This Week in Virology'. Pictures from the IMV Symposium can be found on the IMV Facebook page and a videotape of the TWiV podcast can be viewed at

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"This Week in Virology" from professor Vincent Racaniello.