Dr. Guo’s lab will use a combination of bioinformatics, bacterial genetics, metabolomics, and mouse models to identify the molecular mechanisms behind host-microbiome interaction.
Medical students got to participate in mock residency interviews, meet top experts in a wide range of medical fields, and learn about the career paths of former Weill Cornell residents.
Newly recruited from George Washington University to the Division of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Brad Jones is a nationally and internationally recognized authority in the field of HIV-AIDS.
Coinciding with the arrival of the WDOM’s newly appointed Chair, Dr. Anthony Hollenberg, the report highlights news covering the department’s tripartite mission of clinical care, research, and education.
Dr. Salmon has been at the forefront of research in rheumatic disease, particularly systemic lupus erythematosus, for several decades.
Dr. Rock G. Positano has authored a new book targeted to medical professionals in the field of foot and ankle orthopedics and medicine. The new book is part of a highly successful “Pocket Series” of medical specialty notebooks.
Experts in intensive care will see patients in follow-up after an ICU admission. This practice will focus on ensuring ICU survivors have everything they need to allow their fullest recovery.
Dr. Gudi will oversee a broad range of training programs and will work closely with the Department to advance its educational mission in furthering faculty development.
In his new role, Dr. Brown will continue to provide expertise as a Clinical Director while developing programs in faculty development across all of the department’s missions.
The internship program has been designed to provide interns with exposure to a top academic medical center where patient care, education, and research is the ongoing focus.