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NYU Medical Center Changes Name to Honor Chairman of Board & Wife
Date:4/16/2008

Center, in such an extraordinarily generous fashion is a peerless validation of all that we are striving to do to ensure the University's place among the top institutions in the world in medicine and higher education," said Mr. Sexton. "This gift is a major step forward for NYU; for New York City, which depends so much on the efforts of our Medical Center; and to the field of medicine, where NYU's leadership matters so greatly. We are grateful to the Langones for their generosity, for their wisdom and guidance, and for their deep engagement with the NYU community."

Gift to Support Multi-Year Transformation

The Langone gift will support the Medical Center's plans for a major campus transformation, as envisioned by Dr. Grossman and his leadership team. This will include a series of initiatives to expand NYU's clinical, educational, and biomedical sciences presence on Manhattan's East Side. Centerpiece of the multi-year transformation will be a new hospital that is medically, aesthetically, and environmentally state-of-the-art. The multi-year undertaking incorporates long-term growth and revitalization strategies for all major components embraced by the new NYU Langone Medical Center -- NYU School of Medicine, Tisch Hospital, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, NYU Cancer Institute, NYU Child Study Center, Smilow Research Center, Skirball Institute for Biomolecular Medicine, and Hassenfeld Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders -- as well as campus-wide infrastructure and all off-site facilities.

In addition to his involvement with the Medical Center, Mr. Langone is also vice chairman of the Board of Overseers of the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where the evening program in which he earned his M.B.A. is now named in his honor. In 2004, New York University presented Mr. Langone with its highest honor, The Albert Gallatin Medal, in 2004, in recognition of his business acumen, his unwavering co
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