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Urinary tract infections in kidney transplant patients may be caused by bacteria that originate in the digestive tract, according to researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Weill Cornell Medicine has established a new Office of International Affairs that will unify the institution’s portfolio of international activities and strategically plan future international collaborations.

A new study has uncovered key details for how the Salmonella bacteria that causes typhoid fever identifies a host’s immune cells and delivers toxins that disrupt the immune system and allow the pathogen to spread.

A Cornell-led team took an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing the behavior of breast tumor cells by employing a statistical modeling technique more commonly used in physics and economics.

The International Agricultural and Rural Development major, in CALS, is celebrating 20 years of a partnership with Sathguru Management Consultants, the Cornell Sathguru Foundation for Development, and universities in India.

The event, “Roundtable on Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV): Public Health, Politics and Global Perspective,” was held Feb. 11 on Cornell’s Ithaca campus. 

Angela Poole, assistant professor of nutritional sciences, and Gerlinde Van de Walle, associate professor of microbiology and immunology, have both been awarded $25,000 each to launch or support research.

Nearly 70 professionals from around the world have become Cornell Climate Online Fellows, as they take action locally to battle atmospheric greenhouse gas and ask others to join in.

The World Organization for Early Childhood Education has appointed Kimberly Kopko, Ph.D. ’05, associate director of extension and outreach in the College of Human Ecology, to represent it at the United Nations.