Weill Cornell Medical College

Weill Cornell Medical College was founded in April 1898 with an endowment from Colonel Oliver H. Payne. In 1927, it became affiliated with what is now New York–Presbyterian Hospital. In 1932 Cornell Medical College and New York–Presbyterian opened a joint campus on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. In 1998 the Cornell Medical College received $250 million from Sanford Weill and became the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College and Graduate School of Medical Sciences. The mission of the medical college is to offer the best possible education in biomedical science, to conduct cutting-edge medical research, and to improve health care throughout the world by offering the best possible clinical care.

Weill Cornell is a leading clinical and research center in the United States. It offers both ...

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