Weill Cornell Dean’s Council
After earning a doctor of medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and an MBA from Wharton, Mitchell Blutt went on to launch the health care investment business at JPMorgan Partners and subsequently founded Consonance Capital. In addition to his role as an instructor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, Mitchell Blutt serves on its Dean’s Council.
The Weill Cornell Medical College Dean’s Council exists to help advance research, patient care, and instruction in the Weill Cornell community through the efforts of its members. Dedicated to philanthropy and major giving to the college, Dean’s Council members build relationships with Weill Cornell’s best physicians and faculty while learning more about how their contributions advance positive change in the medical field.
Dean’s Council donors are in turn recognized through a variety of societies and appellation giving opportunities, such as endowments for student scholarships and research. For instance, The Lewis Atterbury Stimson Society holds a recognition luncheon for its donors every spring. Those that contribute to the Council also receive a newsletter with information about how the money is being spent.
Wharton School of Business
Prior to becoming a professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, New York, Mitchell Blutt attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine where he earned his MD. Mitchell Blutt also attended the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania where he earned his MBA degree.
The Wharton School of Business MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania features several different subject formats that allow you to receive an MBA that fits with your individual career goals. The MBA program offers 19 different majors, ranging from subjects like business analytics and entrepreneurial management to marketing and health care management.
The MBA program in Health Care Management, overseen by the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, combines professional and academic development to give students a wide range of knowledge and skills in areas that include insurers, hospitals, pharmaceutical firms, and consulting firms. Health Care Management participants also learn skills that can be used in managed care organizations, group practices, and government agencies.
Francis E. Johnston
A respected voice in the health care investment sector, Mitchell Blutt, MD, serves as chief executive officer of Consonance Capital in New York City. An alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania, Mitchell Blutt, MD, serves on the Board of Overseers for the college’s School of Arts and Sciences.
The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences recently announced that Harold L. Dibble will serve as the school’s Francis E. Johnston Endowed Term Professor. An anthropology professor at the school, Dibble is also the main curator for the Penn Museum’s European archaeology area and has previously served on the museum’s Laboratory Committee, along with other key positions during his career at Penn.
A leading anthropological researcher, Dibble specializes in Paleolithic human origin studies focused on North Africa and Western Europe. In his research work, he leads two high-profile archaeological digs in the Pech de l’Azé IV and La Ferrassie areas of France.