The Brown Medical Annual Fund (BMAF) is always a priority for the Medical School, and our alumni play an important role in keeping the Fund strong—year after year—so each cohort of future physicians has the resources they need to be successful during their time at Brown.
A past trustee of the Brown Corporation, member of the Advisory Council on Biology and Medicine, and past president of the BMAA Board of Directors, Srihari S. Naidu ’93 MD’97 has served as a medical student mentor, an interviewer for prospective undergraduates, and in numerous other volunteer capacities. He just celebrated his 25th Medical School Reunion with a commitment to BMAF Partners in Distinction, providing sustained, leadership support for the Medical Annual Fund for the next five years.
“I owe so much to Brown,” said Naidu. “My time there set me on the path to be the type of physician I am today. Supporting the Annual Fund is one small way I can help give back to this great institution and the wonderful students who I know will go on to do great things.”
Phani K. Dantuluri ’93 MD’97 also celebrated his 25th Medical Reunion with a leadership gift to the BMAF. In doing so, he became a member of the BMAF Dean’s Circle, a group that accounted for approximately 78 percent of the Fund last year. To further his impact on medical students and medical education, Dantuluri just began his first term on the BMAA Board of Directors.
To learn more about BMAF giving societies, please visit go.brown.edu/BMAF-societies.