Our History 2001-2010
Construction begins on new research facility on the former Passavant Pavilion site.
Northwestern University Board of Trustees renames the medical school in honor of benefactor Reuben Feinberg.
100th Anniversary of Alumni Week. 135th Anniversary of the founding of the Medical Alumni Association
Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center is dedicated on the former Passavant Pavilion site.
The new Prentice Women's Hospital is dedicated on the former Wesley Pavilion site. Children's Memorial Hospital announces it will re-locate to site adjacent to the new Prentice Women's Hospital.
Dr. Landsberg retires to direct the Northwestern Comprehensive Center on Obesity and Dr. J. Larry Jameson becomes dean.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine celebrates 150 years of excellence.
J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD, steps down as vice president for medical affairs and Lewis Landsberg Dean. Jameson became dean on July 1, 2007, and began his tenure at Feinberg in 1993 as chief of the division of endocrinology, metabolism and molecular medicine, a position he held for seven years.
Jeffrey Glassroth, MD, president and CEO of the Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation and vice dean and chief academic officer of the medical school, is named interim dean. Glassroth joined the Faculty Foundation, the 700-member faculty practice of Feinberg, in January 2010.
This page last updated Oct 10, 2012