Coraline Mlynarczyk, a postdoctoral associate in medicine, last March received a two-year, $105,000 Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant from the Lymphoma Research Foundation for her project “Role of BTG1 Mutations in Lymphomagenesis.” The foundation funds innovative lymphoma research and provides patients and healthcare professionals updated information about lymphoma.
Karen Pekle, a staff associate in medicine, was in June named favorite oncology nurse by the Extended Stay America/American Cancer Society Hotel Keys of Hope program for providing housing for a patient receiving treatment at the Weill Cornell Medicine Myeloma Center. The program supports the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge program, which offers free lodging for cancer patients and their caregivers when traveling to receive treatment.
Dr. Vishwas Anand Singh, an assistant professor of medicine, on May 5 was accepted into the NewYork-Presbyterian LEAD (Leadership, Education and Development for Physicians) Academy. The LEAD Academy is an 18-month training program for early career physicians demonstrating high potential as future leaders.