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Knowing Exactly What Genes Are Saying – And Where

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High Fat Diet Has Lasting Effects on the Liver

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Radiotherapy Can Enhance Response to Immunotherapy in Metastatic Lung Cancer

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Dr. Art Sedrakyan. Photo credit: Carlos Rene Perez

Valve Replacement Volume is Key to Successful Patient Outcomes

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Two Weill Cornell Medicine Faculty Win NCI Outstanding Investigator Award

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Dr. Brad Jones and Dr. Douglas Nixon. Photo credit: John Abbott

New Weill Cornell Medicine Investigators Hunt for an HIV Cure

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Symposium Highlights Weill Cornell Medicine’s Efforts to Foster Drug Discovery

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In this illustrated model, T cells afflicted by harsh conditions inside the tumor experience endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, symbolized here by the “burning” ER (orange) surrounding the nucleus (purple and turquoise). Severe ER stress responses driven by IRE1a-XBP1 pathway signaling alter the function of mitochondria (blue-gray) and consequently limit optimal T cell responses to cancer cells (red).

Ovarian Cancer Thwarts Immune Cells by Revving up Stress

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Dr. Deborah Estrin

Health Tech Pioneer Dr. Deborah Estrin Named MacArthur Fellow

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Emergency physician Dr. Alexis Halpern (seen on monitor) demonstrates an NYP OnDemand ED Express Care telemedicine visit.

‘Webside’ Manner

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Dr. Dan Landau

Dr. Dan Landau Receives NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

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Massive expansion of periosteal stem cells (green) is seen 6 days after fracture by microscopy.

Researchers Discover Stem Cells Responsible for Growing and Healing Bone

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Dr. Sara Czaja

New Center Uses Technology to Empower Older Adults

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Blood vessels of a human brain - artist conception.

Study Clarifies ApoE4’s Role in Dementia

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Gift Establishes Friedman Center for Nutrition and Inflammation

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Addressing Challenges to Adopting MRI for Prostate Cancer Screening

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Dr. Mary Charlson

Dr. Mary Charlson Awarded Grant from PCORI

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Even “Good” Levels of Air Pollution May Still Be Dangerous for Smokers

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Image shows macrophages (red), a type of white blood cell, infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (green and blue). Photo credit: Dr. Helene Botella, an instructor in microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Weakening Tuberculosis Bacteria’s Defenses May Speed Treatment and Thwart Drug Resistance

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