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Dr. Iliyan Iliev, left, with Dr. Xin Li, right. Photo provided.

Sensing of Fungi by Gut Immune Cells Can Contribute to Airway Allergic Diseases

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Dr. Lewis Cantley. Photo credit Stephanie Diani

Study Reveals New Role for Methotrexate in Fighting Cancer

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Measuring Brain Responses to Speech Provides Evidence of Cognition in Patients with Severe Brain Injury

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Dr. Selina Chen-Kiang

Weill Cornell Medicine Awarded $9 Million Prestigious Grant for Mantle Cell Lymphoma Research

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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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Awards & Honors
Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine (second from left), and Larry Schlossman, managing director of BioPharma Alliances and Research Collaborations at Weill Cornell Medicine (first from left), join the winners of the Daedalus Fund for Innovation. From third from left: Dr. Shahin Rafii, Dr. Matthew Greenblatt, Dr. Lew Cantley, Dr. Julie Blander, Dr. Juan Cubillos-Ruiz, Dr. Peter Goldstein, Dr. Barbara Hempstead and Dr. Steven Lipkin.

Daedalus Fund Supports Eight Investigators

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Two Weill Cornell Medicine Faculty Win NCI Outstanding Investigator 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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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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Even “Good” Levels of Air Pollution May Still Be Dangerous for Smokers

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Dr. Shuibing Chen. Photo credit: Travis Curry

Dr. Shuibing Chen Honored for Outstanding Stem Cell Research

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A Personal Path to Science

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Study of Nanoparticles Points to New Imaging Technologies

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Physician-scientist Dr. Shahin Rafii (center), with members of his lab

The Gift of Life

After Decades of Intense Research, Dr. Shahin Rafii and His Group Are Making Dramatic Advances in the Quest to Grow Human Blood Cells Outside the Body

By John Hubbell

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Monika Ryczek and Tony Valencia, students from High School for Environmental Studies in Manhattan, participate in Big Red STEM Day Feb. 27 at Weill Cornell Medicine. Monika and Tony attended a workshop led by graduate students from Cornell Tech in which they programmed technology to act as a personal reminder.

NYC High School Students Explore STEM Fields at Weill Cornell Medicine

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Mucus production (red) in the lung under inflammatory conditions. Picture courtesy of Dr Saya Moriyama.

Nervous System Puts the Brakes on Inflammation

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Dr. Hugh Hemmings (left), and Dr. Karl Herold. Photo credit: Travis Curry

Conscious Effort

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