Serving as its 5th chairman from 1938 to 1968, F. Bruce Fralick, M.D., was responsible for ushering in an exciting era of discovery for the University of Michigan Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
Although he could not have predicted the stunning accomplishments that would be borne of the research program he nurtured, he understood that scientific endeavors would create a landscape of hope for people facing vision loss. The extra measure of excellence Dr. Fralick sought can only be achieved with a community of supporters who are dedicated to advancing the search for treatments and cures to blinding eye disease.
Today, you are those partners in vision. To recognize the importance of our collaboration as well as your commitment to research and its promise, we are pleased to introduce the F. Bruce Fralick Society.
Donors will be welcomed to the Fralick Society after a minimum annual gift of $100. Membership includes invitations to special donor events, including the annual Chairman's Forum, and recognition in the Kellogg Eye Center Honor Roll of Donors. Members who give at the Benefactor level ($1,000 or more per year) will also be invited to a special tour of Kellogg's research laboratories and have the opportunity to meet with scientists.
Named in Dr. Fralick's honor and dedicated to his memory, this program is a small gesture of gratitude to thank you for being such a large part of the Kellogg Eye Center. You make our work possible.
We invite your questions and encourage you to contact a Kellogg Eye Center development officer for more information on these and other giving opportunities.