On a Match Day subdued by the COVID-19 restrictions, Umberto Tosi and Graham Winston were named as Weill Cornell Medicine’s newest residents in neurological surgery. We are delighted that Umberto and Graham, who will complete their medical school education in May, will join us this summer to begin their rigorous seven-year training program.
Match Day is typically an exuberant affair, with medical students gathered for a communal experience as they open their match letters and celebrate together. This year the Match took place during a time of “social distancing,” but also a time of renewed commitment to training the next generation of neurosurgeons.
Both Umberto and Graham are well known to our team, having worked on various projects with us over their time as Weill Cornell Medical College students. We look forward to spending the next seven years seeing them through their training program.
“We are delighted to welcome our newest residents in neurosurgery. These two outstanding medical school students will join us this summer to begin a seven-year journey to becoming fully trained neurosurgeons. We could not be more proud!” said Dr. Philip Stieg, Chairman and Neurosurgeon-in-Chief at Weill Cornell Medicine.