Milestones

Jessica Bibliowicz, Sandy Weill, Jeffrey Feil, Dean Choi
Building on a legacy of groundbreaking advances in medicine and science, Weill Cornell Medicine has launched an ambitious $1.5 billion campaign.
Dean Choi
What an exciting time at Weill Cornell Medicine as we launch the We’re Changing Medicine campaign!
Sandy Weill and Jeffrey Feil
Our efforts will ensure the translation of the latest research insights into next-generation treatments and therapies.
Sandy Weill and Jeffrey Feil
For more than 40 years, Sanford I. (Sandy) Weill’s visionary leadership and dedication have helped guide Weill Cornell Medicine to the forefront of academic medicine.
Collage photo of Ajay Banga, Ellen Davis, Robert Dow, Barbara Friedman, Maurice Greenberg, Ronay Menschel
As we embark upon the We’re Changing Medicine campaign, we asked some members of our Campaign Executive Committee to expand upon the inspiration behind their generosity, and why they remain encouraged to help us lead a change in medicine today.
Dr. Howell and student
The Diversity-Mentorship Collaborative program will also enhance opportunities for more inclusive access to professional tracks in research and help cultivate and mentor promising candidates from populations underrepresented in medicine (also known as URiM).
Dean Choi
Mentoring has always been central to our mission at Weill Cornell Medicine. Our residents and fellows gain valuable clinical skills by observing senior practitioners, discussing cases with supervisors, and honing techniques under guidance.
Igor Tulchinsky
With a new gift of $2 million, Board of Fellows member Igor Tulchinsky is generously supporting strategic needs at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Michael Feldberg and Ruth Lazarus
For more than 30 years, Dr. Thomas Nash, a clinical assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, cared for Charles Lazarus, becoming a family friend and an important advocate for the health and wellbeing of the founder of Toys “R” Us stores.
Shaiza Rizavi with husband Jonathan Friedland
Inspired by Weill Cornell Medicine’s work to improve mental health in older adults, Shaiza Rizavi and her husband, Jonathan Friedland, have made three generous gifts to establish an endowed fund in support of research in geriatric psychiatry.