Giving to Weill Cornell Medicine

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Launching a transformative medical school curriculum is no small task – but with the able leadership of Drs. Carol Storey-Johnson ’77 and Barbara Hempstead, working alongside Dean Glimcher and countless faculty members and students, Weill Cornell is positioned to lead the way in medical education for many years to come. After more than 13 years as the Senior Associate Dean for Education, Dr. Storey-Johnson was recently appointed Senior Advisor for Medical Education.

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The EGL House Call Program is a shining example of Weill Cornell's commitment to providing comprehensive care to the senior population and helping individuals live longer, healthier lives. The mission of this program is to bring the doctor's office directly to the patient's doorstep, serving elderly patients who are homebound.

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Dr. Cohen and Barbara Slifka recently sat down with Larry Schafer, Vice Provost for External Affairs, to speak about what inspires each of them to give.

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A $75 million gift from longtime philanthropists Sandra and Edward Meyer and the Sandra and Edward Meyer Foundation will expand and enhance Weill Cornell's distinguished cancer research and care programs.

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Bob recently sat down with Larry Schafer, Vice Provost for External Affairs, to speak about his role as a philanthropist and a leader for Weill Cornell.