Northwell Health - Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

Spring 2017

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Medical Research NORTHWELL HEALTH HOSPITALS: COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER . GLEN COVE . HUNTINGTON . LENOX HILL . LONG ISLAND JEWISH (LIJ) FOREST HILLS . LIJ MEDICAL CENTER . LIJ VALLEY STREAM . NORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL . NORTHERN WESTCHESTER . PECONIC BAY MEDICAL CENTER . PHELPS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CENTER . PLAINVIEW . SOUTH OAKS . SOUTHSIDE . STATEN ISLAND UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL . SYOSSET . ZUCKER HILLSIDE AFFILIATES: BOCA RATON REGIONAL HOSPITAL . MAIMONIDES MEDICAL CENTER . NASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER SUPPORTING THE FUTURE OF The donation from Bed Bath & Beyond Co-founder and Co-chair Leonard Feinstein and his wife, Susan, continues the tradition of research-focused philanthropy the couple began more than 30 years ago. In 2005, the Feinstein Institute was renamed in the Feinsteins' honor after they provided an initial $25 million gift. Their recent gift helps fund the Feinstein Institute's efforts in areas including clinical trials, neuroscience, autoimmunity and bioelectronic medicine. "The Feinstein Institute is pursuing many promising areas of research," said Mr. Feinstein, who also is a member of the Feinstein Institute's Board of Directors. "Within five to 10 years, we will see results and cures for some of the most confounding human diseases. Not many research initiatives show that kind of promise." A $25 million gi' to the Feinstein Institute is the latest example of its namesakes' commitment to supporting cu•ing-edge medical research. $25 million $800 million $25 million Initial gift from Leonard and Susan Feinstein in 2005 Total raised since then to support research, including: – 21 research centers – 7 partnerships with renowned research institutions – 5 educational forums – 3 schools for medical professionals New donation from the Feinsteins 46 million The number of patients living with conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, paralysis/spinal cord injury and diabetes that research into bioelectronic medicine could help improve. To join Mr. Feinstein in his support of research, visit Northwell Health Feinstein Institute for Medical Research 350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030 MICHAEL DOWLING President and CEO, Northwell Health KEVIN J. TRACEY, MD President and CEO, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research TERRY LYNAM Senior Vice President and Chief Public Relations Officer, Northwell Health EMILY NG Research Communications Director, Northwell Health HEATHER BALL Sr. Specialist, Public Relations, Feinstein Institute For Medical Research NEED TO FIND A DOCTOR? 888-321-DOCS NORTHWELL HEALTH Science + Discovery is published by Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in conjunction with Northwell Health's Public Relations Department. The information provided in this publication is intended to educate and inform readers about biomedical research that may be pertinent to their health and is not a substitute for consultation with a personal physician. For more information about this publication, call 516-562-2670. Produced by True North Custom, Chattanooga, TN. © 2017. Printed in USA. We're Here for You. Northwell Health offers interpreters and auxiliary aids and services, free of charge, to ensure effective communication to any individual with limited English proficiency or a disability. The Affordable Care Act, Section 1557, prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in any health program or activity that received any funding from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS); any health program or activity that HHS itself administers; and Health Insurance Marketplaces and all plans offered in them. For more information, see link on our home page at ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 1-516-881-7000 (TTY: 711). 注意:如果您使用繁體中文,您可以免費獲得語言援助服務。請致電 1-516-881-7000(TTY:711)

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