A new vaccine distribution model expands the concept of vaccine coverage to include vaccinated person-days, which prioritize both the number of people vaccinated and the speed of getting shots into arms.
In a study involving 16 focus groups, a multidisciplinary research team found that uncertain and vague language on the warning labels of electronic cigarettes was confusing and reduced risk perceptions.
DNA can mimic protein functions by folding into elaborate, three-dimensional structures, according to a study from researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health.
A new study investigated whether the structure of the 340B Drug Pricing Program inhibits the use of biosimilar medications, which are medically equivalent but not identical to original biologic drugs due to production differences.
The “Biomedical Engineering Symposium: Tools to Transform Discovery and Care,” brought together dozens of engineers, scientists and practitioners from across Cornell to share research and foster collaborations, with the goal of building the foundation for new, cutting-edge medical treatments and devices.