With more than 200 pulmonary disorders that fall under the umbrella of ILD, patient evaluation, proper diagnosis, and determining the best treatment is of the utmost importance.
Drs. Gregory Sonnenberg, Jeremy Goc, and Manish Shah have discovered that innate lymphoid cells protect against colorectal cancer, in part, by helping to maintain a healthy dialogue between the immune system and gut microbes.
The HOPE (HIV Obstruction by Programmed Epigenetics) Collaboratory represents a completely new strategy for curing HIV. Utilizing previous knowledge regarding how other viruses have become naturally inactivated over time, the HOPE approach aims to silence and permanently remove HIV from the body.
Dr. Goncalves and colleagues have published a paper in Nature demonstrating that a high-fructose diet promotes the elongation of intestinal villi.
As part of The Martin Delaney Collaboratories, which is an NIH flagship funding mechanism, Dr. Jones will be leading REACH (Research Enterprise to Advance a Cure for HIV) in pursuit of a cure for HIV.
The research from Drs. Ndhlovu and Corley finds that abrupt and altered cell-type specific DNA methylation profiles in blood, seen during acute HIV infection, persist despite prompt initiation of antiretroviral therapy.
On Friday, September 24, 2021, the Second Annual Meeting on Advances on Nuclear Topology and 3D Chromatin Architecture in Cancer will be held as a FREE virtual symposium.
In this key leadership role, Tammy will be directing administrative and business activities within the department, including finance, accounting, research administration, clinical operations, capital planning, academic appointments, and education.
Dr. Brown is the co-founder and Director of the bi-campus Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation at NYP. He has been an integral part of the liver transplant effort at Weill Cornell since 1999 and joined the faculty full-time in 2015.
This year the PCI program provided $175,000 to fund 11 innovative interdisciplinary projects across the campus consisting of 8 faculty, 1 resident, and 2 student awardees in various topics related to primary care.