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Einstein Receives $100 Million Gift

Einstein Receives $100 Million Gift

Montefiore Einstein announced in March that an anonymous donor is making a $100 million contribution to the College of Medicine. This gift, one of the largest in Einstein’s history, will support biomedical investigations that include basic, clinical, and translational research programs serving our nation and the world. 

It will also provide direct financial support to students, ensuring greater access to the vibrant and innovative learning environment that Einstein provides.

This gift will enable us to expand our research capabilities in unprecedented ways.
 — Philip Ozuah, M.D., Ph.D.

“This is a historic and transformational gift that will enable us to expand our research capabilities in unprecedented ways. It will provide an opportunity for our students and faculty to excel in the pursuit of innovation while continuing to deliver on our commitment to health equity,” says Philip Ozuah, M.D., Ph.D., president and chief executive officer of Montefiore Medicine, the umbrella organization over Einstein and Montefiore.

“We are extremely proud to receive this support, as it comes from someone whose life has been dedicated to transforming the lives of others. I am humbled by the donor’s friendship and extraordinary degree of trust and confidence in us,” Dr. Ozuah says.

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