Living Kidney Donation: Your Questions Answered

In what follows, Dr. Joseph Del Pizzo answers your FAQs and provides additional information for anyone considering donating a kidney, as well as for those in need of one.

Thinking About Being a Living Donor? Here’s What You Need to Know

You don’t have to die to donate an organ, but you could still save someone’s life. Find out more about being a living donor at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Podcast: Overview of Department of Pediatrics

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Dr. Sallie Permar gives an overview of the specialties and services for families within the Department of Pediatrics.

Weill Cornell Medicine Physicians Honored in 2024 as the Best in the Country and the New York Metro Area

We’re delighted to announce that once again, Weill Cornell Medicine’s physicians are among the best in the country.

Preparing For Your Child’s Kidney Transplant

Contemplating your child’s kidney transplant may be scary, but the more you know about the procedure and its benefits, the more prepared you will be--medically and emotionally, says Dr. Juhi Kumar, Associate Professor and Medical Director for the Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program at Weill Cornell Medicine. 

Infographic: Give Life As An Organ Donor

February 14th is National Donor Day. Take the day to learn more about becoming an organ donor.

Podcast: Pediatric Kidney Transplantation

Rebecca Craig-Schapiro M.D. and Juhi Kumar M.D., MPH discuss pediatric kidney transplantation at Weill Cornell Medicine.

The Gift: Donating a Kidney to a Stranger

Her chances of finding a match for a kidney transplant were 1 in 100. Here’s how a stranger helped her defy the odds — and how both their lives irrevocably changed.

Overview of Our Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program

Learn more about our pediatric kidney transplant program and its innovative strategies, which are designed with our patients in mind.

Kidney Exchange: A Chain of Love that Saves Lives

According to Evan Hubbard, who received a kidney transplant at the age of 5 back in 2008, the "greatest team in the world" took good care of him. But the privilege has been ours, in watching Evan grow from an adorable 5-year-old, to a precocious 10- year-old, to a teenager.