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Mount Sinai School of Medicine Commencement Honors Leaders in Genetics and Global Health
Date:5/13/2010

ntries with antiretroviral drugs by 2005. Launched in September 2003, the ambitious program ultimately reached its goal in 2007. Dr. Kim is the first Asian-American to assume the post of president at an Ivy League institution.
  • Merryl H. Tisch, EdD, was elected Chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents by her colleagues in the spring of 2009. She was first appointed to the Board in 1996. Dr. Tisch was a first grade teacher in New York in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s and continues to devote much of her time advancing education. She serves on the boards of numerous non-profit agencies, including the United Jewish Appeal and the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, where she is the Chair.
  • James S. Tisch is President and CEO of Loews Corp., a holding company that is one of the largest diversified financial corporations in the United States. The company was co-founded by his father, Laurence (Larry), and his uncle, Preston (Bob). Mr. Tisch is currently Chair of The Campaign for Mount Sinai. He serves on the Boards of United Jewish Appeal, the Partnership for New York City and the Educational Broadcasting Corporation. In the fall of 2008, the Tisch Cancer Institute was established at Mount Sinai with a gift of $40 million from Merryl and James Tisch. Their philanthropy has also benefited a wide array of organizations including Harvard and Brown Universities, Public Television, United Jewish Appeal and the Robin Hood Foundation, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

  • Doctor of Science honorary degrees were given to two pioneers in the biomedical sciences:

     
    • J. Craig Venter, PhD,
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