Brown welcomes $50M gift from Chancellor Mencoff

A $50 million gift to Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School will fund the transition of scientific breakthroughs into medical treatments to alleviate disease. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
A $50 MILLION gift to Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School will fund the transition of scientific breakthroughs into medical treatments to alleviate disease. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE - A $50 million gift made to Brown University by Chancellor Samuel M. Mencoff and Ann S. Mencoff to fund the translation of scientific research into medical cures for disease was announced Thursday by the Ivy League school. “The potential of medical research is almost limitless," said Chancellor Mencoff in a statement. “What can be…

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