Dr. Edward B. Leahey and Michael I. Leahey Lecture Series

This program is provided by the Administrative Core and Evaluation.

Overview

The annual Leahey Lecture, sponsored by the Leahey Foundation, the Department of Medicine, and the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, memorializes two outstanding individuals: Edward B. Leahey, Jr., MD, for his pioneering cardiac research, and his brother Michael I. Leahey, for his vital contributions to the funding and administration of clinical trials. The Leahey Lecture was established to address scientific and administrative issues in the conduct of clinical research, including relationships among academic medical centers, governments, and industry. The Leahey Lecture takes place once a year. 

See a list of past lectures.

The Leahey Foundation

The Leahey Foundation honors the accomplishments of the Leahey brothers: Edward’s pioneering cardiac research and Michael’s vital contributions to the funding and administration of clinical trials.

Donate to the Leahey Fund

Eligibility

The Leahey Lectures are open to the Columbia University community.

Cost

There is no cost to attend the Leahey Lecture.

Cite it, Submit it, Share it!

If your research has benefited from one or more Irving Institute resources, please remember to:

  • Cite our CTSA grant, UL1 TR001873, in any relevant publications, abstracts, chapters, and/or posters.
  • Submit your publications to PubMed Central (PMC) for compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
  • Share your research updates with us by sending an email to: irving_institute@cumc.columbia.edu

Contact

Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
622 West 168th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10032
United States