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From top: G. Marshall Moriarty, retired chair and trustee emeritus, Ann Romney, global ambassador, Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, and Drs. Howard L. Weiner and Dennis J. Selkoe, co-directors of the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases hosted a special presentation entitled “Healthy Aging of the Brain.”

The 2020 Brigham Legacy Society Event

On Wednesday, September 23, The Brigham Legacy Society hosted its first-ever virtual event. Physicians, hospital friends, and leaders joined to celebrate and thank those forward-thinking supporters who are transforming the future of medicine by including the hospital in their estate plans. We were honored to have Ann Romney, global ambassador, Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, and Drs. Dennis J. Selkoe and Howard L. Weiner, co-directors, Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases give a special presentation on the “Healthy Aging of the Brain.”

View the 2020 Brigham Legacy Society Annual Event recording below:


The Brigham Legacy Society Changes the Future of Medicine

The Brigham Legacy Society at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital was established to recognize those individuals who have included either hospital in their estate plans through a will, trust, retirement plan, life-income gift, or other planned gift.

Through their generosity and thoughtful foresight, these special friends have created a legacy to support the hospitals' mission to advance teaching, research, and patient care.

You can easily make a difference in the lives of others by:

  • Naming the hospitals as a beneficiary of a will or trust
  • Establishing a charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, or other life-income gift
  • Designating the hospitals as a beneficiary of a qualified retirement account, or life insurance policy
  • Designating real estate, artwork, or other property to the hospitals