Announcing the Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower — an innovative, collaborative space for medical education and research. Learn more.
Through philanthropic support, we unlock answers to disease, accelerate medical breakthroughs, expand global access and educate future healthcare leaders.
Donors enable physicians across Baylor to offer the latest treatments and techniques in medicine, like Dr. Kenneth Liao’s work in robotic cardiac surgery, which helps patients recover sooner and with less pain.Learn more
Donor support helped researchers uncover the unlikely link between the gut microbiome and symptoms associated with complex neurological conditions, one of many scientific advances made at Baylor each year.Learn more
Donors have generously contributed to more than 200 scholarship endowments, bringing the gift of a Baylor College of Medicine education to generations of future healthcare providers and researchers.Learn more
Civic-minded donors help Baylor provide outreach through programs like the Teen Health Clinic, which offers medical and mental health services at no cost to youth and young adults in underserved neighborhoods.Learn more
The new Cullen Tower—scheduled to open in 2026—will provide healthcare trainees a cutting-edge space to learn and thrive.
Your generosity is reflected in the people we serve.
You can see it in the relieved face of a grandmother leaving the hospital after being treated with an innovative, less invasive procedure following a stroke. It’s in the beaming face of a student who puts on the Baylor white coat for the first time. It’s in the proud face of a young investigator who just received a major federal grant to conduct groundbreaking cancer research. It’s in the aspirational face of a high school graduate entering Baylor’s Ascend program to increase his job readiness in the healthcare field.
All of this starts with you.Help Us Reach More Lives
“The true value of wealth is measured by how many lives it can reach. Our father, Dr. Donald Elliott (M.D. ‘61), espoused this ideal and would be honored to know that he will be remembered as supporting the advancement of medicine and research through the vision of Baylor M.D./Ph.D. candidates.”