Milestones

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.
Sandy Weill, Jeffrey Feil and Dean Choi
The We’re Changing Medicine campaign is about transformational change. It’s about big, bold ideas that will usher in new approaches to science and health care.
Lori Schreiber
When Lori Schreiber first visited Weill Cornell Medicine’s cancer research labs, she was impressed with the sophistication of the facilities and captivated by the brilliance of the researchers she met.
Elsa Brulé
Elsa Brulé’s passion for education and academic achievement inspired her to donate $3 million to Weill Cornell Medicine’s Fund for the Future, an initiative within the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Department of Medicine that supports promising researchers in the early stages of their careers.
 Chutorian-Semler Family
A legendary Weill Cornell Medicine physician-scientist has been honored with a named professorship, celebrating his enduring impact on the field of pediatric neurology.
New student residence
When Weill Cornell Medicine’s new student residence is completed in 2025, it will bear the names of donors who are passionate about medical education – and dedicated to supporting the nation’s future health-care leaders.
Sandy Weill, Jeffrey Feil, Dean Choi
The launch of our We’re Changing Medicine campaign this past summer marked a new era at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Photo of student living room
For Weill Cornell Medicine alumni, an investment in the new student residence represents a special opportunity to support their alma mater – and the chance to help build a home that will nurture the next generation of physicians-in-training.
Ajay and Ritu Banga
Ritu Banga and her husband, Board of Fellows member Ajay Banga, are passionate about the cause of global health-care equity.
Leonard and Louise Riggio with Dr. Kevin Holcomb
Building on their longtime commitment to social justice, equity and diversity, Louise and Leonard Riggio have made a $5.6 million gift to Weill Cornell Medicine to establish a named scholarship for medical students with financial need who are Black.