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Ten years ago, Weill Cornell Medicine opened the Belfer Research Building, creating a springboard for high-impact translational research that has been key to the institution’s growth as a leading academic medical center.
Dean Harrington
It is often said that the character of an institution is shaped by those who dedicate themselves to its mission. And with its world-class students, staff, faculty and donors, Weill Cornell Medicine is clearly exceptional.
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A historic investment from Board of Fellows member Israel Englander will advance Weill Cornell Medicine’s growing research enterprise and support critical initiatives throughout the institution.
Donor Francine D. Levine
To Francine D. Levine, the best way to demonstrate gratitude is by giving gifts that can benefit others.
Clinical Care building
Medical advances depend on exemplary clinical, research and educational infrastructure. As part of our dedication to our mission to care, discover and teach, Weill Cornell Medicine is undertaking two transformative capital projects, thanks to our $1.5 billion We’re Changing Medicine campaign.
Dr. Laura Alonso, Dr. Orli Etingin, Barbara Friedman, Dr. David Artis
The Friedman Family Foundation, funded by Stephen and Board of Fellows Vice Chair Barbara Friedman, is propelling women’s health to new levels of precision and sophistication, thanks to a new $10 million gift.
Dr. Rahul Sharma
Rahul Sharma, M.D., chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, was recently appointed the inaugural holder of the Barbara and Stephen Friedman Professorship of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Jedd Wolchok and Dr. Dan Landau
Established through philanthropic support nearly a decade ago, the Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medicine is experiencing an era of promising and innovative growth under the leadership of Dr. Jedd Wolchok.
Dean Harrington
I am honored and excited to serve as the 15th dean of Weill Cornell Medicine. In this role, I serve alongside some of the brightest minds and most dedicated leaders on the forefront of patient care, scientific discovery and medical education.
Jane and Stuart Weitzman
With a first-time gift to Weill Cornell Medicine, Jane and Stuart Weitzman and family are helping to advance new personalized treatments for patients with T-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Milestones Archives

Milestones, the Weill Cornell institutional newsletter, is published four times a year and highlights some of our recent donors and exciting developments.

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