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The company Iris takes first prize in the $100,000 Biomedical Business Plan Challenge. Team members from left to right: Drs. Rochelle Joly, Alison Herman, Meghan Reading Turchioe, Jyotishman Pathak, and graduate student Andrea Cohen. [Not pictured:Dr. Yiye Zhang]. All photos: Ashley Jones.

Biomedical Business Plan Challenge Nurtures Weill Cornell Medicine Entrepreneurs

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Dr. Samie Jaffrey. Credit: John Abbott

Circular RNA Could Enable New Therapies, Discoveries

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Awards & Honors
Dr. Matthew Greenblatt. Credit: John Abbott

Dr. Matthew Greenblatt Wins Pershing Square Sohn Prize for Young Investigators in Cancer Research

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Silent Heart Attack May Increase Stroke Risk

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Dr. John Leonard. Credit: Amelia Panico

Rituximab Plus Lenalidomide More Effective Against Indolent Lymphoma Than Rituximab Alone

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Dr. Rajiv Ratan (center) and his research team at the Burke Neurological Institute.

A New Strategy for Protecting the Brain After Strokes

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Dr. Dan Landau. Credit: Rene Perez

Tracking the Epigenetic Evolution of a Cancer, Cell by Cell

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Cells from (left to right) lung cancer, gastric cancer and breast cancer.

Blocking Ancient Stress Gene May Aid Cancer Treatment

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Helping Hand

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Discovery Reveals Potential New Pathway for Treating Obesity and Related Disorders

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Dr. Lisa Roth. Photo credit: John Abbott

Two Cornell Faculty Receive Hartwell Awards for Biomedical Research

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RESEARCH AND OUTREACH: Dr. Gilbert at APDA headquarters on Staten Island

Guiding Vision

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Dr. Vivek Mittal

Gold Nanoparticle Delivery of MicroRNA Impairs Metastasis in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

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Mark Kelly (left) and Scott Kelly. Credit: Robert Markowitz/NASA

Astronaut Twins Study Yields New Insights, Algorithms and Portable DNA Sequencing Tools

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Study Shows How Ketamine Reverses Depression—and How its Benefits Could Be Extended

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Pregnant woman having a ultrasound scan

Study Reveals Early Molecular Signs of High-Risk Pregnancy

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Three examples of human embryos at the blastocyst stage photographed at multiple focal depths (four of seven focal planes shown here, from left to right). The embryos represent good (top), fair (middle) and poor quality (bottom) as designated by the embryologists’ grading system and additional statistical analysis.

Artificial Intelligence Approach Optimizes Embryo Selection for IVF

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Gene Variant May Explain Poor Breast Cancer Outcomes in Black Women

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Researchers Discover New Pathway Regulating Intestinal Health that is Impaired in Children with IBD

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Deletion of CHD1 drives prostate tumor formation in genetically engineered mouse models.

Researchers Discover How a Gene Deletion Contributes to Prostate Cancer Growth

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