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Studies explore how supermarkets source foods for low-income customers

These case studies offer policymakers a better understanding of how regional food systems could bring healthier food to low-income people in the Northeast.

Richard Meier '56 endows architecture chair in AAP

The chair of the Department of Architecture in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning has been endowed by renowned architect Richard Meier, B.Arch. '56.

Aye Lab takes its protein-assessing tool to the next level

The lab of Yimon Aye, assistant professor of chemistry, has developed a new genome-wide method for identifying and analyzing proteins that could be suitable targets for drug delivery. 

A high-salt diet produces dementia in mice

A high-salt diet reduces resting blood flow to the brain and causes dementia in mice, according to a new Weill Cornell Medicine study.

Mark Veich appointed vice provost for external affairs at Weill Cornell Medicine

Mark Veich has been appointed vice provost for external affairs at Weill Cornell Medicine, effective Feb. 12.

Cornell extends partnership with Public Prep in NYC

Cornell University has extended its partnership to incorporate computer science instruction and opportunities for STEM engagement with Public Prep, a New York City nonprofit network.

Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi on collaboration, clinical care and consensus building

A conversation with Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, who has served as the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell University’s provost for medical affairs since January 2017.

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More frequent genomic monitoring may help guide cancer treatment

Ongoing monitoring for genetic changes in chronic lymphocytic leukemia during targeted treatment may allow clinicians to adjust patients’ treatments as the cancer evolves.

Jewish Studies Program holds two NYC events in 2018

The Jewish Studies Program and the Center for Jewish History in New York City will present events Jan. 8 and March 28, 2018.