Hitting Her Stride
April 28, 2017 Dr. Lisa Roth was newly married and fresh from a fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology when...
Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medicine
April 28, 2017 Awards, honors, prizes and achievements for the month of April.
Immune Cells Play Crucial Role in Brain Cancer Development
April 28, 2017 Brain tumors recruit immune cells derived from bone marrow to transform what began as benign masses into deadly malignancies.
WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction Established at Weill Cornell Medicine
April 28, 2017 To further realize the promise of precision medicine, Igor Tulchinsky, through WorldQuant, LLC, has made a $5 million gift to Weill Cornell Medicine. 
Fecal Microbiota Transplant is Safe and Effective for Patients with Ulcerative Colitis
April 26, 2017 A single transplant of microbes contained in the stool of a healthy donor is a safe and effective way to increase diversity of good bacteria in the guts of patients with ulcerative colitis.
Five Weill Cornell Medical Students Win Prestigious Howard Hughes Fellowships
April 26, 2017 Five Weill Cornell Medical College students have been named 2017 Medical Research Fellows from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
We Are Weill Cornell Medicine: Dr. Adrienne Phillips
April 20, 2017 “I was a competitive figure skater growing up, and I think that discipline—practicing at 5 a.m. before school—has stuck with me. I remember working hard to learn a jump called an axel."
New Study Finds Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty an Effective Treatment for Some Obese Patients
April 20, 2017  A new weight loss procedure that reduces the size of the stomach without the need for surgery known as endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG) is safe and effective way for the treatment obesity and obesity-related comorbidities such as diabetes, high blood pressure and fatty liver.
New Study Challenges Diagnostic Approach for Common Urological Condition
April 17, 2017 Combining kidney ultrasound with a visual examination of the bladder and urethra appears to be the most cost-effective way to screen for cancers of the genitourinary tract in people with microscopic amounts of blood in their urine.
Circumcision Rates in Sub-Saharan Africa Spike After Partnership with Local Religious Leaders
April 14, 2017 Educating religious leaders in sub-Saharan Africa about male circumcision increases the likelihood that men will undergo the procedure, Weill Cornell Medicine investigators found in a new trial. 

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