Milestones

a woman in a lab doing research
Many extraordinary medical achievements of the past decade have changed countless lives.
Dr. Karen Lin Su (M.D. ’97) and Dr. Edwin Su (M.D. ’97)
Powered by a strong connection to their alma mater – and inspired by the student-focused initiatives of the We’re Changing Medicine campaign – Weill Cornell Medicine alumni are affirming their enthusiasm with remarkable engagement and philanthropy.
Image of Sandi Weill, Jeffrey Feil and Dean Choi
From the moment they receive their short white coats to the moment they are handed their hard-earned diplomas on the stage at Carnegie Hall, our students are essential members of the Weill Cornell Medicine family.
New Student Residence Building
With gratitude to the institution that launched their careers, the Weill Cornell Medicine class of 1974 will name a music room in the new student residence – a group gift that represents a substantial investment in the We’re Changing Medicine campaign.
Dr. Jian Shen (M.D.-Ph.D. ’02)
Dr. Jian Shen (M.D.-Ph.D. ’02) started at Weill Cornell Medicine in 1992, fresh from college in Beijing and eager to pursue his passion for science at a major academic medical center in the United States.
Dr. Bennett Golub and his wife, Cindy Golub
When Dr. Bennett Golub learned that his beloved father, Aharon, had prostate cancer, he knew he had to take immediate action to help find the best possible treatment.
Image of Dr. Kumar and patient
With a gift of more than $40 million from his estate, the late Francis Sorin has made a profound impact on Weill Cornell Medicine.
Sandy Weill, Jeffrey Feil and Dean Choi
As dean of Weill Cornell Medicine, I have been fortunate to meet with many of our donors to learn what inspires their incredible philanthropy.
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With the goal of inspiring donors to create their own legacy by making a planned gift to Weill Cornell Medicine, the institution has established a matching gift program called the Legacy Match Challenge.
Alan and Kim Hartman
With a generous gift of $10 million from Board of Fellows member Alan Hartman and his wife, Kim, Weill Cornell Medicine will establish a multidisciplinary research institute to advance organ regeneration and repair.