In light of a recent tragedy involving a prominent New York-area physician, the Weill Cornell Medicine community came together August 15 for a discussion on postpartum depression and addressed frequently compounding issues, such as stigmatization and timely access to care.Dr. Alison Hermann, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, provided a detailed overview of postpartum depression. She distinguished the condition from the relatively common “postpartum...
This award was initiated by Dr. Ralph Nachman in 2002 to recognize outstanding research during fellowship training.
The WDOM congratulates its faculty who received Weill Cornell Medicine’s 2022 Excellence in Medical Education Awards. These awards honor educators for their outstanding contributions to the Weill Cornell Medicine medical education program.
The interdepartmental and interdisciplinary celebration of quality and patient safety initiatives included 27 projects from 13 departments across WCM, Lower Manhattan Hospital, NYP/Queens, and NYP/Brooklyn Methodist.
This award encourages medical residents to continue their investigative research in internal medicine. Each year, senior medical residents submit research abstracts, and finalists are chosen to present their work during Medicine Grand Rounds.
The WDOM congratulates its faculty who received teaching awards at the Weill Cornell Medicine Class of 2022 commencement ceremony held on May 19, 2022.
Dr. Rachel Niec and Dr. Melanie H. Smith have each received an Emerging-Generation Award (2022) from the American Society of Clinical Investigation (ASCI).
The program is part of an effort by diversity and health equity leaders at Weill Cornell Medicine to increase vaccination rates in the Black and Hispanic communities.
First held in 2012, the event showcases quality and safety projects from all departments across the Weill Cornell uptown, Lower Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn Methodist locations.
Make Your Match provides medical students with important information about the residency match process. Students interact with top experts from Weill Cornell Medicine, and learn about the achievements of current and past residents.