“The results in terms of public security have exceeded the wildest predictions, but the cost in terms of human rights and individual rights has been considerable,” explains Gustavo Flores-Macías, professor of government.
“We keep discovering new cell types that can be infected by the virus. We’re still trying to understand how it damages them. We need to keep the work ongoing, keep watching to see what happens,” says Shuibing Chen, associate professor of chemical biology in surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Jennifer Minner, associate professor of city and regional planning, notes that local residents can add to the challenge of putting on a major event, “I've found that pessimism is not unusual immediately prior to the staging of a 'mega-event', especially when the realities of hosting become more apparent.”
This article details research on coronary artery bypass grafting led by Mario Gaudino, professor of cardiothoracic surgery, and Lamia Harik, fellow in cardiothoracic surgery, both at Weill Cornell Medicine.