Milestones

Yusuf Hamied
When Dr. Yusuf Hamied was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016, he contacted a talented specialist in New York who was at the forefront of colon and rectal surgery techniques – Dr. Parul Shukla, vice chief of colon and rectal surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Dean Choi
During the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Weill Cornell Medicine community faced an extraordinary challenge, as we tackled a virus unlike any we had ever seen before. I am endlessly proud of our front-line healthcare workers, faculty and staff for their tireless dedication and commitment during this time.
Nicholas Schiff
Some COVID-19 patients who are on ventilators for extended periods remain in a coma for days, weeks or even longer – an unfortunate side effect of prolonged mechanical ventilation, sedation and other potential factors that have yet to be characterized. But a new research project supported by a $1.5 million grant from the James S. McDonnell Foundation (JSMF) has promising implications for the recovery of these patients.
Barbara Gallay
Ways to Give explores the many ways our donors help Weill Cornell Medicine advance breakthroughs in research, provide compassionate care to patients and educate the next generation of medical leaders.
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As one of the nation’s most prestigious academic medical centers, Weill Cornell Medicine is home to distinguished biomedical researchers, clinicians and other health professionals who are transforming the world of medicine.
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Standing at the epicenter of a devastating pandemic, Weill Cornell Medicine and its extraordinary front-line medical workers are battling COVID-19 with ingenuity, tireless labor and the support of generous donors throughout the world. This close and powerful collaboration is driving Weill Cornell’s successes against
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Ways to Give explores the many ways our donors help Weill Cornell Medicine advance breakthroughs in research, provide compassionate care to patients and educate the next generation of medical leaders. Through a variety of programs, every donor is able to make a powerful impact.
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Heeding the call for help in battling COVID-19, Weill Cornell Medicine medical students volunteered to graduate early to support their colleagues on the front lines of the pandemic
Rabbi Eitan Rubin
Individuals, civic groups, companies and even musical artists have shown their support for Weill Cornell Medicine’s front-line healthcare workers with a wide range of in-kind gifts.