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Lewis Cantley wins Canada Gairdner International Award

Weill Cornell Medical College's Dr. Lewis C. Cantley has won the 2015 Canada Gairdner International Award from the Gairdner Foundation for his groundbreaking discovery of a family of enzymes that are fundamental to understanding cancer.

Weill Cornell medical students celebrate Match Day

Weill Cornell Medical College students learned where they will do their residency training – the next three to seven years of their medical careers – during national Match Day, March 20.

Music and Medicine brings a healing art to Lincoln Center

The Music and Medicine Initiative, a partnership between the Juilliard School and Weill Cornell, gives medical students the chance to continue their musical lives. The spring concert was held March 10 at Lincoln Center.

Second International Faculty Fellows cohort chosen

A medical doctor fighting the spread of HIV around the world, international legal and foreign relations scholars and a labor scholar are among the second cohort of International Faculty Fellows.

Med students share passion-fueled research findings

Weill Cornell Medical College held its 13th annual Medical Student Research Day, which provides a forum for students to share their original research with peers, faculty and volunteer judges.

Cornell Tech names Juliet Weissman chief administrative officer

Juliet Weissman, Cornell Tech’s new chief administrative officer, will oversee administrative, financial and operational aspects of Cornell Tech and will serve as a key advisor to Dean Dan Huttenlocher in these areas.

Greg Morrisett to return to Cornell as CIS dean

Greg Morrisett, the Allen B. Cutting Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University, has been named dean of Computing and Information Science. A former member of the Cornell faculty, he will assume his new post July 1.

Engineering grad programs rank in top 10 in U.S. News

Several graduate engineering fields at Cornell are in the top 10 in U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 "Best Graduate Schools" rankings, released March 10. Cornell Law School was ranked 13th overall and Johnson was ranked 16th.

Biomarker monitors testosterone therapy for osteoporosis

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have discovered that a known biomarker of bone mineral density also can be used to monitor the effects of testosterone therapy in men who suffer from osteoporosis.