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These stories of inspiration and generosity highlight the people and partners behind giving to Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Browse the stories below or search by name or topic to learn more. You can also visit the Our Publications page to catch up on even more stories celebrating those who contribute to Feinberg.

Our people

Gift to Dermatology Honors Women in Science and Medicine

Feinberg alumni Kavitha Gandhi, ’98 MD, ’99 GME, and Sanjay Gandhi, ’97 MD, ’01 ’04 GME, made a generous gift to fund a new Innovation Grant Program in the Department of Dermatology and to honor the achievements of extraordinary women working in science and medicine.

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Our partners

Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center Opens Its Doors

On June 17, Northwestern University leadership, trustees, faculty and benefactors joined former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and local politicians to officially unveil the Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center.

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Our future

Scholarship Supporters Honored at Annual Luncheon

Medical student scholars and leadership at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine expressed their gratitude to generous alumni, faculty, and friends who support scholarships at the annual Commitment to Scholarships Luncheon.

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Our people

Endowed Professors Honored at Annual Luncheon

On February 12, endowed professors on Feinberg’s faculty gathered at Chicago’s Newberry Library for a luncheon that thanked and honored them for their contributions to healthcare, medical education, and scientific discovery.

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Our partners

Celebrating and Supporting Our Les Turner ALS Foundation Partner

The Les Turner ALS Foundation's annual Hope Through Caring Gala on March 9 raised $617,000 to provide the best quality of care, local community support, and hope through scientific research to everyone affected by ALS, in partnership with the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine.

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