McMaster University

McMaster University

Faculty of
Health Sciences

David Braley

David Braley

In June, 2007 David Braley committed $50 million to the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. The funds are designated three ways: to establish Canada’s first human stem cell library; to fund the establishment of a downtown Hamilton family health centre and to set up an endowment fund which will allow research scientists to respond to new opportunities and discoveries by leveraging further investments from other groups.

In addition, David Braley and his wife Nancy Gordon have also provided the Faculty of Health Sciences with funds to establish three endowed research chairs in family medicine, urology and thrombosis.

They are both former McMaster students and have chosen to leave a legacy for others through their financial support. They see McMaster as a world-class institution with a proven track record for innovation in health care, and believe the initiatives they have funded are assurances that McMaster and Hamilton continues to play a leadership role in these areas.

"These commitments . . . are an investment in education and health care for the people of Hamilton, Ontario and Canada," said Mr. Braley.

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