The report recaps news and activities by division for the calendar year 2019, along with several current feature stories. There are also updates on COVID-19 activities, leadership, honors and awards, and educational programs.
An internationally recognized clinician-scientist known for his work in the areas of arthritis, rheumatology and immunology, Dr. Bridges’ work has advanced health disparities in rheumatology patient care.
Throughout his remarkably distinguished career, Dr. Klein provided care to patients from around the world, taught hundreds of trainees, and exemplified the highest level of integrity and devotion to our medical center.
In her new role, Dr. Zappetti will be focused on advancing ambulatory programs across the WDOM, working to ensure the best use of space and resources to meet the growing needs of patients at WCM and NYP.
In addition to her roles as a clinician and educator, Dr. Gupta is an expert on hospital operational efficiency, hospital systems, health care policy, and quality improvement.
We extend our grief, our outrage, and our support, in condemning the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, David McAtee and the countless other Black lives that have been lost to racism.
As of June 1, 2020, more than $80,000 was raised from 180 donors – more than 160% of our initial $50,000 goal – to support the academic efforts of our trainees and junior faculty.
#HairstylesForHeroes is a fundraising initiative to support Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Medicine junior faculty members and trainees, who have served on the front lines of the pandemic response.
The award supports selected faculty during the crucial period of career development, spanning completion of research training through the early years of their first faculty position held at Weill Cornell Medicine.
A member of the Weill Department of Medicine for more than 40 years, Dr. Reidenberg exemplified unwavering dedication in all of his roles as a physician, investigator, educator, and academic leader.