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Study finds how pancreatic cancer spreads to liver

Weill Cornell Medical College and international scientists have discovered the precise molecular steps that enable pancreatic cancer to spread to the liver. The finding may lead to targeted treatments.

Scientists to develop stem cell therapies to treat blood disorders

A $15.7M grant from the New York State Stem Cell Science Program to scientists at Weill Cornell Medical College and Memorial Sloan Kettering to develop techniques to treat blood disorders.

Book ranks emerging markets by risk to investors

In his new book, Andrew Karolyi, Cornell professor of finance, uses a scoring system that ranks countries on several dimensions of risk to potential investors.

Cornell seeds urban farming in the Big Apple

Cornell Cooperative Extension-New York City will help to sow innovative urban agriculture projects in Big Apple schools, Manhattan borough president Gale Brewer announced at an April 30 press conference.

Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell: Peer mentorship

The second episode of the video series Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell chronicles the relationship between Drs. BJ Casey, a neuroscientist, and Conor Liston, assistant professor.

President Skorton sends end of year message

President David Skorton's final end-of-year message reflects on the challenges and accomplishments of the past year and what they mean for Cornell's future.

Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell: the dean as mentor

In the first of a series of Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell videos focusing on mentorship, explore the relationship between Dr. Sarah Bettigole and her mentor, WCMC Dean Dr. Laurie Glimcher.

Community celebrates poetry with readings – and pastry

Shawkat Toorawa led student, faculty and guest poets in sharing verse from New York City, the Near East and other cultures at a "Poetry and Pastry" Sesquicentennial event at the Johnson Museum.

Epigenome could reverse lymphoma treatment resistance

Weill Cornell Medical College researchers have found an epigenome in cancer cells that may lead to treatment for recurrences after treatment in certain lymphomas.