Department of Medicine
Dr. Anthony Hollenberg

Anthony Hollenberg, M.D.
Chair, Weill Department of Medicine

As the Chair of the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Department of Medicine, I look forward to the extraordinary journey ahead with the utmost enthusiasm. We are indebted to those pioneering physicians and scientists who drove the major discoveries over the past century, but we cannot rest on their laurels. Today's world of translational research offers undiscovered vistas to explore that will open the door to life-saving therapies. An ever-expanding universe of biomedical sciences, genomics, and technological tools will provide the key.

New York City offers an ideal setting for our pursuits, a multicultural academic mecca providing a full spectrum of patient cohorts and diseases that is unparalleled anywhere in the world. Our researchers are collaborating on projects nationally and internationally with colleagues at the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) here at Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian, as well as with our neighboring world-class institutions, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Rockefeller University, and Hospital for Special Surgery. Read more


Events

Medicine Grand Rounds

Medicine Grand Rounds

Jan 29, 2020
8:00am to 9:00am

Uris Auditorium

Tait Shanafelt, M.D.

Basic and Translational Pulmonary Research Conference

Basic and Translational Pulmonary Research Conference

Jan 31, 2020
2:00pm to 2:30pm

A-950 Auditorium

"Importance of the Mitochondrial Permeability Transition Pore (MPTP) for Initiation of NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation During Influenza" Stefi Lee, M.D. Pulmonary...

Basic and Translational Pulmonary Research Conference

Basic and Translational Pulmonary Research Conference

Jan 31, 2020
2:30pm to 3:00pm

A-950 Auditorium

"Efficacy of Vaccination in Secondary Streptococcal Infection of Aged Lung" Ermias Jirru, M.D. Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellow
NYP Best Hospitals Honor Roll
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News

Targeting the Type 1 Interferon Pathway to Treat Lupus: Dr. Crow Provides Perspective in Science

Dr. Mary Crow
Dr. Crow provided an analysis on new findings involving the overproduction of type 1 interferon in lupus. The research has yielded data on one of the mechanisms that might explain why interferon is being made in excess in lupus.

The Challenges in Designing Clinical Trials for Lupus: Dr. Salmon Publishes Editorial in NEJM

Dr. Jane Salmon
The editorial notes that there is a challenge in designing clinical trials for lupus in terms of selection of outcomes instruments and suggests a remedy.

Dr. Lo and Colleagues Publish Critical Findings on Type 2 Diabetes in Nature Medicine

Dr. James C. Lo
Dr. Lo and colleagues hope that by using adipsin or DUSP26 therapies, patients with type 2 diabetes will be spared from developing beta cell failure and thus spared from insulin injections.

Dr. Lee and Colleagues Publish Breakthrough Paper on UTI in Nature Communications

Dr. John R. Lee
In a collaborative study, Dr. John R. Lee and colleagues revealed a first-of-its-kind discovery showing that the abundance of uropathogens in the gut is associated with future development of UTI.

Dr. Martinez Leads PRECISIONS Study on Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)

Dr. Fernando Martinez
Funded by a $22 million grant from the National Institutes of Health and Three Lakes Partners, the PRECISIONS study aims to transform diagnosis and treatment for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

Clinical Trials

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Weill Department of Medicine Annual Report

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Residency training

Residency training in Internal Medicine

The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Department of Medicine is home to one of the country's premiere internal medicine residency programs.