State of the Department Presentation 2013 (click here)
Annual Report 2013
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Dr. Vivian Bykerk, on staff at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and an Associate Professor of Medicine ( Department of Medicine) at Weill Cornell, presented advances in arthritis research at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health Professions.
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Dr. Ype de Jong, Assistant Professor of Medicine (Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology), was interviewed on NY1 regarding recent public outreach about hepatitis C in New York. He also speaks about the rapidly evolving management of this serious disease that infects the liver through blood products, and which can cause cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Read More | Click for NY1 interview with Dr. de Jong
Dr. Gail Roboz, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Leukemia Program at NYP/WC, has been named lead investigator for a Sunesis Pharmaceuticals-funded clinical trial for the treatment of MDS (myelodysplastic syndrome).
Department of Medicine physicians (Drs. Jennifer Lee, Fran Ganz-Lord, Judy Tung and Tara Bishop) have published a pivotal paper on patient care transitions in Academic Medicine (November 2013). Based at an outpatient primary care practice, Weill Cornell Internal Medicine Associates (WCIMA), the study evaluated findings from a resident-staffed early post-discharge program.
Celebrating the first year of the newly launched Star Performer Employee Recognition Program, the DoM hosted a party at the Griffis Faculty Club on November 7. All Star Performers and Super Star Winners, who were announced over the past year, were honored in speeches given by members of the Results, Rewards & Recognition (RRR) Committee. Read More
The Employee Recognition Review Committee (R3) of the Department of Medicine (DOM) completed its bimonthly review of all nominees. Darren Birks, Medical Secretary (Division of Pulmonary Medicine & Critical Care), was named top "Star Performer" of this cycle. Read More
Dr. Tara Palmore, a graduate of the NYP/WC residency training program in internal medicine, has received a 2013 "Service to America Award" (Science and Environmental Medal). A federal employee with the NIH, she was instrumental in stopping the spread of a deadly hospital-acquired infection leading to a groundbreaking model for the health care industry. Read More
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