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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.
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We would typically be celebrating our students during this season of commencement, which is when we also hold our Salute to Scholarship event, an annual celebration that brings together medical students with the donors who support them.
Dean Choi
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the Weill Cornell Medicine community has worked together, under extraordinary circumstances, to combat this virus and save lives. This ethos – that we are stronger when we work together – has long informed our culture at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Joan and Sandy Weill
The third annual Joan and Sanford I. Weill Exemplary Achievement Award was presented on March 3 to Dr. Barbara Hempstead, dean of the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, the O. Wayne Isom Professor of Medicine and professor of neuroscience in the Feil Family Brain & Mind Research Institute.
Dr. Phil Stieg and Dr. Robert J. Hariri
Inspired by his time at Weill Cornell Medicine as a medical student, graduate student and faculty member in the Department of Neurological Surgery, Dr. Robert Hariri (MD ’87, PhD ’87) and his wife, Margaret, have established the Margaret and Robert J. Hariri, MD ’87, PhD ’87 Professorship of Neurological Surgery with a generous $3 million gift to the institution.
Meet Yoon Kang
Dr. Yoon Kang has dedicated her career to training the next generation of healthcare leaders.
Drs. Georgeanna and William Klingensmith
With a generous gift in support of the Department of Radiology’s Division of Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics – formerly known as the Division of Nuclear Medicine – a Weill Cornell Medicine alumnus and his wife hope to make a significant impact on research.
Gale and Ira Drukier
In 2014, Dr. Gale Drukier and Overseer Dr. Ira Drukier made a gift of $25 million to establish the Gale and Ira Drukier Institute for Children’s Health at Weill Cornell Medicine.

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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