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Dr. Li Gan. Credit: John Abbott

Mutant Protein Fails to Modulate Neuronal Activity, Leading to Dementia

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Cornell Tech and Weill Cornell Medicine Awarded Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant for Research on Technology and Home Health Aides

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Dr. Douglas Scherr. Credit John Abbott

Smoking Associated with Increased Rates of Death from Urological Cancer

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Scientists Find Core Vulnerability In Aggressive Lymphomas

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Comprehensive Mandates for Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Reduce Opioid Prescriptions and Hospital Use

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Dr. Babak Navi

Prior Stroke and Other Cerebrovascular Risk Factors Linked with Parkinson’s Disease

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A One-Two Epigenetic Punch Against Aggressive Acute Myeloid Leukemia

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Medical students in their white coats with Dean Augustine Choi

White Coat Ceremony Launches Medical School Journey for Class of 2023

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Composite of a cryo-electron microscopy image showing lipid vesicles with embedded Piezo channels, and the Piezo channel structure (top). Topography image of a single Piezo channel under force as recorded by high-speed atomic force microscopy (circle) and its lateral expansion in the membrane as a function of applied force (right). All images:Dr. Simon Scheuring.)

Scientists Discover the Basics of how Pressure-sensing Piezo Proteins Work

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Dr. Said Ibrahim. Credit: Ashley Jones

NIH Grant Establishes Health Equity Research Program for Trainees Underrepresented in Medicine

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Careful Conversation: Medical student Matthew Harrell '20 (right) practices breaking bad news to a trained actor portraying a patient in the Margaret and Ian Smith Clinical Skills Center. Credit: John Abbott

Tough Talks: When Breaking Bad News it’s Essential to do it Right

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Dr. Virginia Pascual. Photo credit: John Abbott

NIH Grant Funds Research on Autoimmune Diseases in Children

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Elena Silverman films her son Jamie riding in one of the miniature cars as he awaits surgery. Credit: Julia Xanthos Liddy

Hot Wheels: Mini Cars Ease Stress of Surgery for Kids

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Dr. Samie Jaffrey. Credit: John Abbott

Mysterious m6A Marks On RNA Begin To Yield Their Secrets

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A 3D Illustration of the Human Respiratory System Lungs Anatomy

A Step Closer to Understanding Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

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Visualizing innate lymphoid cells in the mouse lymph node: ILCs (green), B cells (cyan), T cells (magenta). Image courtesy of Dr. Saya Moriyama and Dr. David Artis

Discovery May Open Up New Possibilities for Treating Allergic Inflammatory Diseases

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NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine Awarded $2 Million Grant to Expand Innovative ED-Based Program that Identifies and Responds to Cases of Elder Abuse

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Stressful Situation: A scientific illustration shows how T-cells that are exposed to harsh conditions inside a tumor experience endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, depicted by “burning” ER (orange) surrounding the nucleus (purple and turquoise). Mitochondria are seen in bluish gray, with cancer cells in red. Credit: Ella Maru Studio

A Beacon of Hope: Dr. Juan Cubillos-Ruiz Aims to Improve Survival Rates for Ovarian Cancer

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