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This significant, foundational gift will launch the Ellen and Gary Davis Immune Monitoring Core, a critical research infrastructure that will serve as a repository for patient tumor samples, genomic sequencing and bioinformatics. The core will analyze and provide centralized, sensitive and quantitative patient data that investigators can use to advance their research into immunotherapy. This $2 million gift lays the cornerstone for further expansion in immunotherapy research...

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MD-PhD student Kevin O'Rourke is included on the list of "30 under 30 List- Healthcare". Kevin is a student in...

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An internal code in cellular molecules called messenger RNA predetermines how much protein they will produce, scientists from Weill Cornell Medicine discovered in a new study. The findings may settle a fundamental question in molecular biology — how the amount of protein generated from a messenger RNA is determined — and could help scientists develop new therapies for diseases such as cancer, where abnormal amounts of protein accumulate.

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Upcoming Seminars

February 25, 2017 - 11:00am
This month's topic is "New Approved Treatments: Are They Options for Me?" Featured Speaker: Dr. Ana Molina This meeting is open to all patients, survivors, and their families. Please RSVP to amm9052@med.cornell.edu
February 27, 2017 - 8:00am
"The Tumor Microenvironment Promotes Treatment Resistance in Pancreas Cancer" David Linehan, M.D. Chair, Department of Surgery Seymour I. Schwartz Professorship in Surgery, Department of Surgery Professor, Department of Surgery, Oncology University of Rochester Medical Center
February 27, 2017 - 11:00am
Weill Cornell Medicine Special Seminar Jonathan Z. Long, Ph.D. Instructor, Department of Cell Biology Research Fellow, Dana-Faber Cancer Institute Havard Medical School Host: Samie Jaffrey, M.D., Ph.D. (srj2003@med.cornell.edu)

Thesis Defenses

Date: Friday, April 7, 2017 - 12:45pm
Location: RRL 101 (Rockefeller Research Laboratories)
Student: Amanda Roxanne Moore

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