Donor Stories

Donors to Dell Medical School are our partners in innovation. With their gifts, they are helping us prepare to train tomorrow’s physician leaders, care for the underserved, conduct groundbreaking research, and create new models of health care to replace a failing system. Wherever they choose to give, they are helping improve human health in Texas and beyond.

Here they share their inspiring stories.

Texas 4000 team

The Champions of Innovation

Recognizing the intricacies — and importance — of launching new health products, Apex Landmark, Texas 4000 and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati have stepped forward with gifts to Texas Health Catalyst.


The Grateful Alumni

With the first major gift toward Dell Med’s commercialization efforts, Leigh and Jonathan Levy are making a statement about the school’s ability to benefit the Austin economy — and the world — with its ideas.

Photo of Adam Blum and Brian Donnelly with Clay Johnston

The Connectors

Private investors Adam Blum and Brian Donnelly wanted a way for community members to connect with Dell Med leaders, so they created one. Then they took it a step further and added a scholarship to the mix.

A photo of Sue Cox and Doug Morris

The Curriculum Builder

Dr. Sue Cox helped build Dell Med’s curriculum from the ground up. Now she and her husband, Doug Morris, have given a pair of gifts to honor outstanding teachers and promote excellence in medical education.