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  The mission of The Foundation is to provide support to the six Professional Schools and eleven Centers of Excellence comprising the LSU Health Sciences Center. We are dedicated to supporting the most critical medical center in Louisiana by supporting the professionals that care for so many of the citizens of Louisiana.  
Chancellor's Notes
View LSUHSC Chancellor Larry H. Hollier’s newsletter to stay apprised of current events and other issues facing LSUHSC.
Anticipation and excitement surround the new LSU affiliated University Medical Center, Stay updated on its progress.
Tiger Health Caucus
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Please Note Our New Address:
The Foundation for the LSU Health Sciences Center
2000 Tulane Avenue, 4th Floor
New Orleans, LA 70112
Joseph Nadell, MD: Pediatric Neurosurgeon Passes Away
Joseph Nadell, MD, loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed away August 14, 2014. He was a devoted neurosurgeon known for his outstanding contributions to the field of Pediatric Neurosurgery. A graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine, Dr. Nadell was the second doctor to complete his residency training in Neurosurgery at the newly-established Louisiana State University Department of Neurosurgery in 1973. During his medical career, he returned to both Tulane and LSUHSC where he cared for countless patients and mentored many of today’s great doctors. Dr. Nadell served as Director of Pediatric Neurosurgical Education at Children’s Hospital prior to his retirement in 2013. He will be greatly missed by adoring family and friends as well as countless grateful physicians and patients. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Nadell Pediatric Chair at the LSU Health Sciences Center.
Bert Wallace: Founder and President Emeritus Passes Away
Bert Wallace, beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend, coach, Marine, and mentor to many, passed away at home on April 1, 2014 after an extended illness which he battled courageously. He is survived by his loving wife, Ann Matthews who he cherished for 30 years. It was an inspiring love and marriage and they were inseparable from the day they first met. His family was always his number one priority. He was a proud father to his two sons, Bryan Moser Wallace (Candice) of New Orleans and Michael Arthur Wallace (Lauren) of Atlanta, who predeceased him in 2013, and his two granddaughters who were the light of his life, Neely Elizabeth and Rylie Kole Wallace.   Read More
Jack Laborde: From Chairman to King
The Chairman of the LSU Health Sciences Center Foundation, John P. "Jack" Laborde, was named the King of Carnival for 2014!

Laborde has served as an active member of the board for the LSU Health Sciences Center Foundation for many years. He has made countless contributions to the Foundation, as well as many other business, civic, and charitable organizations and also served as Chairman of the Sugar Bowl Committee.

Click Here to view the WWL-TV news story presented by Meg Farris.
The New LSU Health Foundation Building
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Construction of the new LSU Health Foundation building has started! Situated on the same site as the previous building destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, the new 4 story 22,000 square foot office building will be home to the Foundation and other LSU related entities. Across the street from the new University Medical Center, the Foundation building will act as a gateway to the New Orleans campus of the LSU Health Sciences Center. Read More
Dr. Hollier Discusses the New University Medical Center
Dr. Larry Hollier, Chancellor of the LSU Health Sciences Center, shares his insights with regard to the highly anticipated University Medical Center scheduled to open in 2015 benefitting health care in New Orleans. Chancellor Hollier is interviewed by Ed Marshall on his television show Money Talks on... Read More
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Important Work of the LSU Health System
Kelsey Bradley Favrot Chair
Watch this video to learn more about brain cancer and the research performed at LSU. CLICK HERE to donate to the Kelsey Bradley Favrot Chair in neuro-oncology supporting Dr. Frank Culichia’s research efforts.
Planned Giving
The Foundation for the LSU Health Sciences Center
2000 Tulane Avenue, 4th Floor - New Orleans, LA 70112
504-568-3712 (phone) - 504-568-3460 (fax)