ChildSight® Video (1999 - 2009)

Learn about how this program has been serving Cleveland's children.

Academic Medicine & Bioscience

The Foundation seeks to strengthen Cleveland's prominence as a national leader in medical education and biomedical science, perpetuating Mt. Sinai's leadership role in these areas. Emerging collaborations among Cleveland's academic medical centers present opportunities to build organizational capacity and advance progress. The Foundation will work with Cleveland's academic medical community to accomplish these goals.

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For more information, contact: Ali Foti, Program Officer
ali.foti@mtsinaifoundation.org

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“Lead” Grant for CWRU/Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus

The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and the Cleveland Foundation each made $10 million “lead” grants to establish the Case Western Reserve University-Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus. Opening in summer 2019, the newly named Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion will welcome dental, medical, nursing and physician assistant students to a space expressly designed to advance interprofessional education.

The facility will house the both the Case School of Medicine and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case, as well as the Case School of Dental Medicine, the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, and the Case physician assistants program. Mt. Sinai’s $10 million investment perpetuates the role of Mt. Sinai Medical Center in medical education and the interests of Mt. Sinai donors.

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The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation Scholars Program at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation Scholars Program has assisted the Case School of Medicine attract young, highly promising research stars in order to build its basic science departments. The Foundation's $9 million investments in the first 20 Scholars leveraged more than $70 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health.

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