On April 29, family, friends and colleagues joined world-renowned cardiologist Eugene Braunwald, MD, at the Harvard Club in Boston for a celebration of his distinguished career and the dedication of the Eugene Braunwald Tower. A cardiovascular medicine specialist at the Brigham and the Distinguished Hersey Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Braunwald was chair of the Department of Medicine for 24 years. He was instrumental in the creation of the Tower — a 16-story inpatient building for medical and surgical patients. Read more about the dedication in Brigham Bulletin.