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P A R T N E R S I N E D U C A T I O N , D I S C O V E R Y, S E R V I C E , A N D L E A D E R S H I P

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The World Is Waiting HMS launches transformative $750 million fundraising campaign Harvard Medical School has been innovating for more than 230 years, from developing the smallpox vaccine and paving the way for the polio vaccine to transforming the ability to treat cancers and revolutionizing the understanding of how the brain develops. Like their acclaimed predecessors, today’s HMS researchers, trainees, alumni, and students are tackling the greatest health care challenges of our time. HMS is the epicenter of the largest biomedical research community in the world. Together with our 16 renowned affiliated hospitals and research institutions, we are making breakthroughs that have a tangible impact on how the world understands and treats disease. “This is the world’s greatest medical school, in the world’s greatest University, deeply embedded with many of the greatest hospitals and biomedical research institutes,” says Jeffrey S. Flier, MD, dean of HMS and the Caroline Shields Walker Professor of Medicine. “Even at Harvard, this pulsing ecosystem of energized people able to educate, innovate, and discover, we cannot fund everything we should—and must.” On Nov. 13, HMS officially launched The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine, a transformative $750 million fundraising initiative that is empowering its mission to alleviate human suffering caused by disease. "This Campaign is about helping people live longer, healthier lives,” says Flier. “We are using our most effective tools—education, discovery, service, and leadership—to attack disease and address the biggest health care challenges of our time. Both the needs and the opportunities are great. Our success is critical to the health of our children, grandchildren, and indeed the whole human family around the globe.” Changing Lives Harvard University President Drew Gilpin Faust says it is a privilege to glimpse the vast dimensions of medicine at Harvard: some 20,000 faculty and students and nearly 10,000 alumni whose new

 ean Jeffrey S. Flier, MD, who is leading D HMS through the most transformative fundraising Campaign in its history

Honorary Campaign Co-chair Ellen Gordon, GSA ’69, with Campaign Chair Joshua Boger, AM ’75, PhD ’79, and Board of Fellows Vice Chairman John W. Rowe, MD

ideas stretch minds and change lives across the world every day, from labs and teaching hospitals in Boston to rural clinics in Liberia. “Together we can stretch our minds with new ideas, fill the world with new hope, alleviate suffering, and improve human lives,” says Faust, the Lincoln Professor of History. HMS has raised $396 million toward the Campaign goal as of Dec. 31, 2014, representing gifts and pledges from more than 5,000 alumni, faculty, staff, board members, volunteers, and friends. “Only bold institutions—willing to do things differently, willing to build on strengths and willing to take risks and create new paths—will meet

Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust

expectations deserving of even more support,” says Joshua Boger, AM ’75, PhD ’79, campaign chair, member of the HMS Board of Fellows, and founder and former CEO of Vertex Pharmaceuticals. “Today, in every building, down every hallway, in every lab, I see young medical and research students dreaming what I dreamed,” says Flier, recalling his days as a young researcher at the National Institutes of Health. “In many cases, all they need is one person with the resources to help. You can be that person.”

View videos from the Campaign Launch at

Honorary Campaign Co-chair John M. Connors Jr. and Board of Fellows Chairman Senator William H. Frist, MD ’78

Board of Fellows member Freda C. Lewis-Hall, MD, DFAPA

Campaign Priorities


Education Training the next generation of leaders in science and medicine by increasing support for: • Student financial aid • Enhanced learning environments • External education initiatives


The following newly established professorships at Harvard Medical School have been celebrated during the early stages of the Campaign, from July 1, 2011, through Dec. 31, 2014. Mary Ellen Avery Professorship in Pediatrics in the Field of Newborn Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital Henry Knowles Beecher Professorship in Anaesthesia Massachusetts General Hospital Shlomo Ben-Haim, MD, Professorship in Medicine in the Field of Cardiac Electrophysiology Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Bertarelli Professorship in Translational Medical Science Harvard Medical School Denise and David Bunning Professorship in the Field of Allergy and Immunology Boston Children’s Hospital Children’s Hospital Boston Professorship in Pediatric Immunology Boston Children’s Hospital Concordia Professorship in Pediatrics Boston Children’s Hospital

Illuminating the cause of disease and advancing lifesaving cures by increasing support for fundamental research areas such as:

R.J. Corman Professorship in Medicine Dana-Farber Cancer Institute William Cox Family Professorship in Psychiatry in the Field of Addiction Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital

• Biomedical informatics • Genetics • Neuroscience • Systems biology • Therapeutic science

Harvey W. Cushing Professorship in Neurosurgery Established by the Daniel E. Ponton Fund Brigham and Women’s Hospital Solman and Libe Friedman Professorship in Ophthalmology Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Service Building health equity and transforming health systems worldwide by expanding support for: • Global health • Health care policy • Primary care

Gorman Brothers Professorship in Medicine Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Stelios Evangelos Gragoudas Professorship in Ophthalmology Massachusetts Eye and Ear Elizabeth D. Hay Professorship in Cell Biology Harvard Medical School John Hedley-Whyte Professorship in Anaesthesia Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Hutter Family Professorship in Medicine in the Field of Cardiology Massachusetts General Hospital Kurt J. Isselbacher Professorship in Medicine in the Field of Gastroenterology Massachusetts General Hospital Miriam Sydney Joseph Professorship in Neurology Brigham and Women’s Hospital


Philip and Aya Leder Professorship in Genetics Harvard Medical School

Incubating innovation and piloting change to improve human health through:

Robert R. Linton, MD Professorship in Surgery in the Field of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Massachusetts General Hospital

• Flexible funds that can be applied when and where they are needed most

Nancy Lurie Marks Professorship in the Field of Autism Massachusetts General Hospital

Leffenfeld Professorship in Otology and Laryngology Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Longwood Professorship in Pediatrics Boston Children’s Hospital

Mathisen Family Professorship in Surgery in the Field of Thoracic Surgery Massachusetts General Hospital McNeil Family Professorship in Health Care Policy Harvard Medical School

Learn more about Campaign giving opportunities at

Neskey Family Professorship in Emergency Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital Daniel K. Podolsky Professorship in Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital Leonard D. Schaeffer Professorship in Health Care Policy Harvard Medical School

CAMPAIGN RESOURCES Visit Interested in learning more about The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine? Access the following Campaign resources, plus much more, online. • Case statement publication • Naming and funding opportunities • Ways to give • Video of Dean Flier • Video of President Faust

• Video of Freda C. Lewis-Hall • Photo gallery from the Campaign Launch Celebration • Press release & media highlights

Elizabeth R. Spallin Professorship in Psychiatry in the Field of Addiction Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital Asa and Patricia Springer Professorship in Structural Biology Boston Children’s Hospital Thrall Family Professorship in Radiology Massachusetts General Hospital Warshaw Family Professorship in Surgery Massachusetts General Hospital J. David and Virginia Wimberly Professorship in Neurology Brigham and Women’s Hospital /campaign | 3

The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine $10 Million or more





Anonymous (3) Laura and John Arnold Foundation (Laura Arnold, AB ’94, and John Arnold, co-chairs) 1 Bertarelli Family 2 Fondation Bertarelli (Ernesto Bertarelli, MBA ’93, co-chair) 2 Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Fund for Cancer Research (Daniel K. Ludwig,* founder) 3

$1 Million or more Anonymous (7) Karen Herskovitz Ackman, MLA ’93, and William A. Ackman, AB ’88, MBA ’92 4 ALS Therapy Alliance, Inc. American Cancer Society Inc. Madeline and Stephen E. Anbinder, MBA ’61 Ronald A. Arky, MD 5 Biogen Idec Foundation Inc. Amy Boger, AB ’77, MD, and Joshua Boger, AM ’75, PhD ’79 6 Breast Cancer Research Foundation David G. Bunning, AB ’88, and Denise Bunning 7 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Medical Research Bruce J. Cohen, PhD, and Linda W. Cohen 8 Estate of Oliver D. Colvin Jr. The Commonwealth Fund Glenn Foundation for Medical Research (Paul F. Glenn, JD ’55, founder) 9 Estate of Isabelle W. Goldenson Ellen R. Gordon, GSA ’69, and Melvin J. Gordon, AB ’41, MBA ’43* 10 Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust (Sandor Frankel, LLB ’67, trustee) 11 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Mark S. Hughes, AB ’82, MD ’86, and Delia N. Sang, AB ’71, MD 12 Arthur L. Irving Family Foundation (Arthur L. Irving, founder) 13 Janssen Global Services, LLC (Adrian Thomas, MD, vice president of global market access, global commercial strategy operations, and global public health, and Jami Taylor, senior director of global access policy) 14 Abigail P. Johnson, MBA ’88, and Christopher J. McKown, MBA ’81 15 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD ’79, president and CEO) 16 The JPB Foundation Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Stephen A. Kahn, MD ’99 17 Robert S. Kaplan, MBA ’83 18 Ghahreman Khodadad, MD 19 Steven C. and Carmella R. Kletjian Foundation (Carmella R. Kletjian, co-founder) 20 Theo Kolokotrones, MBA ’70, and Wendy E. Kolokotrones 21 Susan G. Komen Foundation Landry Family Foundation C. Kevin Landry, AB ’66,* and G. Barrie Landry 22 Kimberly H. GwinnLandry, AB ’93, EdM ’01 Louis G. Lange III, MD ’74, PhD ’76 23 Jennifer B. Landry Le, AB ’99 Life Sciences Research Foundation Irene F. Luria 24 Carolyn and Peter S. Lynch 25 G. Harold & Leila Y. Mathers Charitable Foundation The James S. McDonnell Foundation Alice K. and Rodman W. Moorhead III, AB ’66, MBA ’68 26 Nancy S. and Richard A. Moskovitz, AB ’69, MD ’73 27 New York Stem Cell Foundation, Inc. Estate of Dorothy Ornitz The Pershing Square Foundation Marguerite and W. Reid Pitts Jr., MD ’67 28 Daniel E. Ponton 29 Rainwater Inc. Rett Syndrome Research Trust Alice Rosenwald 30 John W. Rowe, MD, and Valerie Ann Rowe 31 Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation (Raymond R. Sackler, MD, and Beverly Sackler, co-founders) 32 Leonard D. and Pamela S. Schaeffer 33 Simons Foundation Thomas O. Stair, MD ’75 34 Jane and Robert E. Stenson, MD ’65 35 Charles Tawney Jr. Charitable Remainder Unitrust Tomasch Family Trust Estate of Barbara L. Wiget

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Thank you to the following donors who have made outright gifts, new pledges, and planned gifts—including realized bequests and life income gifts—to Harvard Medical School during the early stages of the Campaign, from July 1, 2011, through Dec. 31, 2014.






$100,000 or more Anonymous (11) Adelson Medical Research Foundation Aetna Foundation, Inc. Aetna Life & Casualty Company James Aisenberg, AB ’81, MD ’87 Margaret Kate Aisenberg Warren Alpert Foundation ALS Association American College of Cardiology American Diabetes Association American Heart Association, Inc. amFAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research Angelman Syndrome Foundation, Inc. Arthritis National Research Foundation Patricia and W. Gerald Austen, MD ’55 A. W. Baldwin Charitable Foundation, Inc. Christiana G. Bardon, MD ’98, MBA ’03, and Ansbert K. Gadicke, MD George Beckerman Charitable Remainder Unitrust Zachary Berk and Marlene R. Krauss, MBA ’67, MD ’79 Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center Biogen, Inc. Ruth H. Bloch, RAD ’71, and Daniel N. Freudenberger, AB ’67 Marina S. Bozilenko and Jean-Pierre Sommadossi, PhD Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Breast Cancer Alliance BrightFocus Foundation Sharon A. Britton and John D. Patrick Brookdale Senior Living Estate of Harry G. Burnett Mavis C. Campbell Cancer Research Institute, Inc. Edward Tobey Choate and Mary Ann Pesce Choate, AB ’77 The Coca-Cola Company Comprehensive Health Services John and Mary Corcoran Family Foundation Council on Library and Information Resources Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Danser Family Trust Martha A. Darling and Gilbert Stanley Omenn, MD ’65, PhD Barry A. Davidson, MD, and Linda M. Davidson Donald E. Dickerson, MD ’57, and Tamra F. Dickerson Chrysoula Dosiou, AB ’93, MD ’97, and Andreas E. Stavropoulos, AB ’92, SM ’92, MBA ’97 Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Reuben E. Eaves and Eileen C. Shapiro, MBA ’81 Susan A. Elliott, AB ’70, and Pat Nicolette The Ellison Foundation Ellison Medical Foundation Ralph P. Engle Jr. Revocable Trust Entertainment Industry Foundation Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, Inc. Daniel D. Federman, AB ’49, MD ’53 Estate of Ralph M. Fox Joel and Stella Freedman Senator William H. Frist, MD ’78 Robert P. Fuller and Marilyn L. Thomas Phyllis I. Gardner, MD ’76, and Andrew J. Perlman, MD, PhD The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Claude P. Ghez, MD ’64 G.S. Beckwith and Katharine Gilbert J. Robert Gladden Society Wendy J. Gordon, AB ’79, MD ’88, and Lawrence Rowe Cheryl Opacinch Gorelick Charles E. W. Grinnell Trust

Karin Grunebaum Cancer Research Foundation Estate of Warren G. Guntheroth Emerson R. Hall Jr. and Freda C. Lewis-Hall, MD, DFAPA Mel Hall Jr. Philip Halon George Hauser Trust Arthur L. Herbst, AB ’53, MD ’59, and Lee Ginsburg Herbst, AB ’57 Hospice of the Valley Cynthia B. and Frederick H. Howalt lll Faith Feiyan Huang and Lee L. Zhang, AM ’01 Human Frontier Science Program InHealth: The Institute for Health Technology Studies Institut Pasteur for Biomedical Research International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, Inc. Margaret G. and Stephen A. Jarislowsky, MBA ’49 Dawn and Roger B. Kafker, MBA ’89 John A. Kaneb, AB ’56, and Virginia M. Kaneb Andrew H. Kang, MD ’62, and Ellen S. Kang Bevin Kaplan Herbert M. Kaplan Garnet L. and Jeannine Grace Keefer Charles A. King Trust The Esther A. & Joseph Klingenstein Fund, Inc. Yeu-Tsu M. Lee, MD ’61 Yvonne E. Leonard Trust Leukemia Society of America, Inc. Beverly Linkletter and Paul L. Weiden, AB ’63, MD ’67 Anne London Leon Lowenstein Foundation Ludcke Foundation Ludwig Family Foundation Paul A. Maeder, MBA ’84, and Gwill E. York, AB ’80, MBA ’84 Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. Foundation Manton Foundation Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation Larry P. Mayola J. Michael McKenzie, AB ’62 McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience Mark S. McMahon, MD ’86 Mead Johnson Nutrition Richard N. Merkin Middlesex District Medical Society Estate of Knar Minasian Jeffrey Modell Foundation, Inc. Estate of Frank C. Molscen Paul M. and Sandra G. Montrone Herbert R. Morgan, MD ’42* The Morningside Foundation Jessie Gwendolen Morse Trust Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. National Board of Medical Examiners National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Philanthropic Trust Nikon Instruments, Inc. Richard J. and Helen L. Palmer 1994 Charitable Remainder Trust Robert H. Palmer, MD ’57 Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Laird G. Patterson, MD ’68 Kathleen M. and Laurence E. Paul, AB ’86, MD ’90 M. Lee Pearce, MD Barbara and Louis Perlmutter Pfizer Inc. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturing of America Michael E. Porter, MBA ’71, PhD ’73 Cornelius B. Prior Jr., Esq., LLB ’62, and Gertrude J. Prior Prior Family Foundation

Prostate Cancer Foundation Red Sox Foundation Tor Richter, MD ’51 Graham Robinson, JD ’99, and Jeanne J. Yu, AB ’95, MD ’99 Estate of Florence McGuire Roe Estate of Thomas Morgan Rotch Albert J. Ryan Foundation Edward Schulak Searle Scholars Program Estate of Richard Tyner Shields David Sinclair, PhD Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation D. & M. Spurgeon Charitable Trust Alexander & Margaret Stewart Trust Surface Oncology, Inc. Andrew B. Suzman, MBA ’93, and Ruth L. Suzman Symbiotix Biotherapies, Inc. Pringle H. Symonds, AB ’56 Technicolor SA Belinda and Henri A. Termeer Lynn B. Thoman, MBA ’79 Bertrand and Mathilde Thomas TriNetX, Inc. Mary Elizabeth Turnbull Naum Vaisman, MD Vallee Foundation Heinz* and Lore Werner Christoph H. Westphal, MD ’96, PhD ’98 Whitehall Foundation, Inc. The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Constance H. and Sankey V. Williams, MD ’70 J. David Wimberly, MBA ’58 Louis E. Wolfson Foundation Alan C. Yeung, MD ’84, and Elene Yeung Lowell S. Young, MD ’64

* Deceased

CAMPAIGN STEERING COMMITTEE Joshua Boger, AM ’75, PhD ’79, Chair John M. Connors Jr., Honorary Co-chair Ellen R. Gordon, GSA ’69, Honorary Co-chair W. Gerald Austen, MD ’55 Neal A. Baer, EdM ’79, AM ’82, MD ’96 Stuart M. Cable Mary Ann Pesce Choate, AB ’77 Martha H. Crowninshield Daniel D. Federman, AB ’49, MD ’53 Senator William H. Frist, MD ’78 Phyllis I. Gardner, MD ’76 Beth Y. Karlan, AB ’78, MD ’82 Louis G. Lange III, MD ’74, PhD ’76 Jeffrey Leerink Laurence E. Paul, AB ’86, MD ’90 Louis Perlmutter John W. Rowe, MD Leonard D. Schaeffer Gwill E. York, AB ’80, MBA ’84

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Adam Palmer, PhD ’13 (left), and Peter S. Lynch

Highlights from The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine Launch Celebration and Gala Dinner on Nov. 13, 2014

Hansjörg Wyss, MBA ’65 (left), and Gwill E. York, AB ’80 MBA ’84

Left to right: Lynn Chang, AB ’75, Richard Kogan, AB ’77, MD ’81, and Yo-Yo Ma, AB ’76

401 Park Drive Suite 22 West Boston, MA 02215

The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine Launch Celebration and Gala Dinner

Left to right: Patricia and W. Gerald Austen, MD ’55, with David Sachs, AB ’63, MD ’68, and Kristina Sachs

Louis (left) and Barbara Perlmutter

Left to right: Yo-Yo Ma, AB ’76, Paul Farmer, MD ’88, PhD ’90, and HMS Dean Jeffrey S. Flier, MD

Left to right: James A. Gordon, MD, Hansjörg Wyss, MBA ’65, and Brendan Guercio, MD ’15

Left to right: Carl Martignetti, AB ’81, MBA ’85, Joshua Boger, AM ’75, PhD ’79, Christopher Varma, PhD, and Alan Garber, AB ’77, AM ’77, PhD ’82

Ronda Stryker (left) and William D. Johnston