Thank you for considering making a contribution to our department. Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law. Your employer may have a matching gift program that could double or even triple the amount of your contribution. Your own generous contribution can have an even greater impact on strengthening the excellence of Texas A&M.
You may give online through the Texas A&M Foundation. If you would like to make your contribution to a specific fund, please indicate indicate the relevant fund (see table below) at the time of your donation.
Acct# Fund Purpose
72866 Biochemistry/Biophysics Improvement Fund Established by the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics in 1986 to aid in the development and improvement of the department at the discretion of the Department Head.
57240 Biochemistry Seminar Program Established by our former colleague Dr. Martyn J. Gunn, this endowment was purposed to provide enrichment in our program through excellent seminar series in Biochemistry & Biophysics.
57090 Raymond Reiser Lecture Series Named for our former colleague Raymond Reiser, this fund was established to provide departmental support for lecture series in Biochemistry. Raymond Reiser was one of the true scientific pioneers at Texas A&M. He was an active member of the A&M faculty from 1940 to 1976, leaving only to serve as a U.S. Army chemist at stateside and European hospitals during World War II. He continued at A&M as a professor emeritus after 1976.
56061 John M. Prescott Endowment Named for our former colleague Mack Prescott, this endowment was established by the generosity of Fred Wagner, and other former students, to recognize outstanding senior graduate students in their research accomplishments, in the department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Texas A&M University.
33795 Ethel Tsutsui Endowment Dr. Ethel Ashworth-Tsutsui was a Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Texas A&M University where she taught biology and biochemistry from 1969 until her death in January 1998. The Tsutsui endowment funds awards to outstanding women in science at TAMU for mentoring and research.
70141 Paul Barry Gayle Grad Award Established by the Estate of Paul Barry Gayle to provide an award yearly to the Outstanding First Year Graduate Student in Biochemistry.
73400 Linda Fisher Memorial Named in memory of our former colleague Dr. Linda M. Fisher, this scholarship fund was established by the generosity of Dr. John M. Gunn, and other former students, friends and family of Dr. Linda M. Fisher to recognize her interactions with the undergraduate students in the laboratory setting, in the learning community, and on the learning communities' Spring Break trips to Europe with Texas A&M University students. Therefore, this scholarship fund is dedicated to providing scholarships for learning community students to visit Europe at Spring Break or for undergraduates to take advantage of study abroad opportunities.
34967 Nancy M. and Brock D. Nelson '90 Endowment Scholarship I The purpose of this scholarship is to provide one or more scholarships to full-time students in good standing pursuing a degree in Biochemistry or Genetics from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. In addition students from out-of-state and those that are classified as juniors exhibiting excellence in research and academics are preferred.
35136 Nancy M. and Brock D. Nelson '90 Endowment Scholarship II The purpose of this scholarship is to provide one or more scholarships to full-tie students in good standing pursuing a degree in Biochemistry or Genetics from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. In addition students from out-of-state are preferred.
72753 Nestor R. Bottino Awards Fund Named in memory of our former colleague Nestor R. Bottino, this fund was established to recognize academic excellence on the part of our undergraduate students. Nestor Bottino's contributions to the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics were many, however, his abiding interest was in the development of curricula and other programs which benefited the quality of undergraduate teaching program. He was a valued member of our faculty from 1959 until his death in April of 1983, coming to Texas A&M University as a post doc with Dr. Raymond Reiser, and continuing on as a teacher and a scientist, contributing greatly to the department.
35812 Biochemistry and Biophysics Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Nick Pace The purpose of this scholarship is to provide one or more awards to full-time students in good standing pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
If you are interested in setting up a new fund, feel free to contact us.