Stromal cells may help predict prostate cancer metastasis

Non-cancerous cells called stromal cells, which are found in and around prostate tumors, may be useful in assessing these tumors’ potential to spread, and may even be targets for future prostate cancer treatments, according to a study led by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Task force offers guidance to researchers on use of AI

A multidisciplinary task force of Cornell faculty and staff has issued a report offering perspectives and practical guidelines for the use of generative artificial intelligence in the practice and dissemination of Cornell’s academic research.

Adding radiation to lung cancer treatment improves outcomes

A new study found that patients with non-small cell lung cancer treated with a combination of low-dose radiation and immunotherapy had higher progression-free survival compared to patients who received immunotherapy alone.

Consortium aims to make NYS the world’s AI capital

A consortium aiming to make New York a global leader in artificial intelligence would help Cornell play a role in shaping the future of AI, promote responsible research and development, create jobs and unlock opportunities focused on public good.

Mapping brain repair and remodeling after stroke

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have catalogued the cellular response to stroke in a preclinical model, identifying the immune cells involved and the roles they may play in the days and weeks following a stroke.

Grant to validate blood test for early breast cancer detection

Weill Cornell Medicine researchers received a $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program to evaluate a test that uses an artificial intelligence algorithm to determine whether a patient is positive for cancer.

Grants will fund tuberculosis drug development

Weill Cornell Medicine researchers and the TB Drug Accelerator have received two grants totaling $6.8 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to study tuberculosis drug development.

3D organization of DNA controls cell identity programs

A new study reveals that beyond providing a convenient way to store DNA in a tight space, the 3D organization of noncoding gene regulators in chromatin contributes to the control of key cell identity programs in early embryonic development.

Housing futures NYC

AAP NYC architecture faculty Dana Getman and Steven Garcia and students in their fall studio not only asked how to keep pace with New York City's need for more affordable housing but also how to better the lives of people who live in the homes they design and the future they build.

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