Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine partners with individuals and organizations that have values and passions similar to our own. These stories showcase Feinberg’s work with these people.
- Founded in 1958, the Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center (NUPOC), a center within the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, was created to advance the quality of life for persons who use prostheses (artificial limbs) and orthoses (braces/splints).
- On September 6, members of The Lynn Sage Foundation gathered on the Feinberg campus to celebrate another year of high-impact support for cancer research at the Lurie Cancer Center.
- Recently, our team at Feinberg had the opportunity to visit with Irene Pritzker, co-founder, president, and chief executive officer the IDP Foundation, Inc., to learn more about her history of generous philanthropy across Northwestern Medicine.
- On May 4, members of the George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities gathered with Feinberg leadership to celebrate the naming of the George M. Eisenberg Gallery.
- The Les Turner ALS Foundation, a 30+ year philanthropic partner of Feinberg, held its annual “Hope Through Caring” Gala on February 24 at the Loews Hotel.
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- Feb 2018On December 21, board members of The H Foundation presented Dr. Leonidas C. Platanias with their largest contribution yet to support the Lurie Cancer Center.
- JanAnn Suker Potter ’82 and Stephen N. Potter, ’82 MBA, have been supporting areas across Northwestern since the mid-1980s, when they made their first gift of $150 to support scholarships. In January 2017, the couple documented a $1 million bequest to benefit the Jacob R. Suker, MD, Professorship in Medical Education at Feinberg.