Meet Wendy Ju, Denis Willett, Nika Haghtalab and Shaun Nichols, who are bringing their expertise to Cornell.
In the 1800s, Americans were targeted with advertisements for what were often considered “cure-all” medicines, presented in colorful trade cards – now part of a Weill Cornell Medicine collection.
A team of doctors from the College of Veterinary Medicine and Weill Cornell Medicine performed rare canine open-heart surgery to save Lucy, a 7-year-old yellow Labrador retriever.
A class of immune cells push themselves into an inflammatory state by producing large quantities of a serotonin-making enzyme, a finding that could inform future treatments for asthma and other allergic disorders.
New York City’s L train has resumed full service following an extensive rehabilitation project that finished six months early and $100 million under budget, thanks in part to Cornell engineers.
A Cornell Tech-led team has pioneered the use of “ghostdrivers” – cars with drivers disguised under a car seat-like hood – to assess how pedestrians across cultures might react to autonomous vehicles.
Professionals from Cayuga Health have joined their Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center counterparts to care for New Yorkers diagnosed with COVID-19.
Aimed at informing workers, unions, employers and policy leaders across New York state, a COVID-19 and Work hub was launched April 16 by the School of Industrial and Labor relations.
How individuals, and health care professionals, deal with infection from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, varies depending on the severity of the infection.