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For researchers in Weill Hall, collaboration between Ithaca and New York City is central

Weill Hall is designed for big-picture scientists: researchers who think beyond the confines of their field to tackle challenges in creative new ways. (Oct. 10, 2008)

New Cornell drink with protein punch debuts at New York Farm Day in D.C.

Cornell researcher David Barbano has developed new technology to isolate protein and calcium from skim milk to fortify all kinds of drinks with more nutrients. (Sept. 26, 2008)

Researchers discover how antidepressants and cocaine interact with their protein targets in brain cells

Researchers describe how brain cells process antidepressants, cocaine and amphetamines. The findings could lead to more targeted medications for psychiatric diseases and addiction. (Sept. 17, 2008)

Blanchard honored for pioneering ribosome research

Weill Cornell Medical College researcher Scott Blanchard received the Career Award from the National Science Foundation for his groundbreaking work in cell biology. (Sept. 17, 2008)

High blood pressure treatment could put women at greater risk than men for enlarged heart

New research shows that women benefit less than men from two common blood pressure drugs for the reduction of left-ventricular hypertrophy, which is a thickening and enlargement of the heart. (Sept. 17, 2008)

Dean Alonso of Qatar medical college to retire

Daniel R. Alonso, dean of Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar since its 2001 inception, announced his retirement effective Jan. 1 2009. Deputy Dean Javaid Sheikh will take over as interim dean. (Sept. 17, 2008)

Seven receive American Heart Association grants

The American Heart Association has awarded seven new grants to Cornell researchers for their work, which is geared at fighting heart disease and stroke. (Sept. 16, 2008)

Symposium on nanomedicine to introduce new nanotech facility office at WCMC

The opening of the office will be marked by a nanomedicine symposium, Sept. 24 from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. (Sept. 11, 2008)

CU directs meeting at U.N. on socio-economics impact of HIV/AIDS in Africa

The Sept. 9 United Nations University Cornell Africa Series Symposium addressed the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS in Africa. The event was organized by Professor David Sahn. (Sept. 11, 2008)