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Swedish Neuroscience Institute

Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) is a world-famous neuroscience institute with a proud history of excellent patient safety and high quality outcomes, and because of this has become a destination for some of the most complex patients. 
 
Donations help give patients comprehensive neurologic care today while we pursue research breakthroughs to transform care for tomorrow.
Patient Care and Support Services
Tele-Stroke for Swedish Cerebrovascular 
The Tele-Stroke program maintains 24/7 rapid access to neurologists and stroke coverage at 14 ERs throughout the state.
 
ALS - Certified Center of Excellence 
Our vision is to create a comprehensive clinic where the patient comes into Swedish to receive all necessary care at one time in a seamless experience.  
 
MS Center Endowment for Supportive Care Services
Through the MS Center’s comprehensive care model, patients’ physical, emotion and social wellness are addressed along with clinical treatment of the disease
Funding sustains care by vital service providers.
Research
CMV Virus Research
At the Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Brain Tumor Research & Treatment Dr. Charles Cobbs is pioneering an aggressive plan to wipe out the deadliest form of brain cancer, and is now on the verge of developing a vaccine that could virtually eradicate this extremely aggressive brain tumor—much like how the HPV vaccine is saving women from cervical cancer.
 
Neuroscience Investigation
Dedicated to conduct clinical trials, the Neuroscience Investigation fund will coordinate research and innovation to explore new investigative ideas in the neuroscience field.
 
Cyberdyne Clinical Trial
The Cyberdyne clinical trial is an advanced clinical trial system that tests new treatments options for paralysis.
Innovation
Neurovascular Fellowship and Technology
Revolutionize the neurovascular lab to reflect the latest cutting-edge technology to aid in stroke, aneurysm and other blood vessel disorders.
 
EOS Imaging
The EOS Imaging System is a low-dose, 3-D imaging system that scans the patient standing up in one film and shows the interaction between joints and the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine, hips and legs.  
 
The images are extremely detailed, high-quality images that can make more informed diagnoses and create individualized treatment plans for patients with deformities and scoliosis.  
Education
Epilepsy Internship
Summer internship program for undergraduate students considering a career in science or medicine, under mentorship of leaders in epilepsy and neurology.
 
Lectureships
Help bring European physicians here to Seattle to educate and train our physicians are the latest treatment options. 
Contact Us

For questions or to learn more, please contact:


Samantha Vanover
Senior Director of Philanthropy
206-386-3349
Samantha.Vanover@swedish.org

 


Mallory Higgins
Philanthropy Officer
206-386-6108
Mallory.Higgins@swedish.org