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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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New York City aerial view. Photo credit: Shutterstock

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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Neurons in the brain

Early Sensory Stimulation is Critical for the Development of Sensory Networks

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Human kidney cross section on scientific background. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Cell-free DNA May be the Key to Monitoring Urinary Tract Infections

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Prostate organoids from genetically engineered mouse models. Image credit: Mirjam Blattner and Dennis Huang

Despite High PSA Level, Prostate Cancer Subtype May Have a Promising Prognosis

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Heart rate monitor in a hospital theater. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Study Finds TAVR Requires More Research

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Image shows a common form of liver cancer, called hepatocellular carcinoma, produced in mice following the introduction of a tumor-causing mutation in the beta-catenin gene by CRISPR base editing. The staining shows expression of a gene (Glutamine Synthetase) that is activated by mutant beta-catenin in tumors.

DNA Editing Just Got Easier

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Awards & Honors
Dr. Shuibing Chen. Photo credit: Travis Curry

Dr. Shuibing Chen Honored for Outstanding Stem Cell Research

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Microscopy image of a early stage human NSCLC, where tumor cells (Cyan) show expression of  PD-L1 (yellow). Also present are T cells (Red) expressing PD-1 (Blue)

Immunotherapies in Early-Stage Lung Cancer Show Promising Effects

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Dr. Francis Lee. Photo credit: John Abbott

Dr. Francis Lee Appointed Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine and Psychiatrist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

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Image shows fluorescent chromosome staining revealing genetic abnormalities in blood cells. Photo credit: Dr. Susan Mathew

Gene Mutations Predicting Blood Cancer Risk Detectable a Decade Before Diagnosis

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Dr. Anna Halama and Dr. Karsten Suhre

WCM-Q Researchers: Malaria Drug Could Make Cancer Treatments More Effective

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Dr. Lewis Cantley. Photo credit Stephanie Diani

Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet May Boost Targeted Cancer Therapy

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