Studies Linking Brain Hemorrhage and Epilepsy to Stroke Presented at Conference

Two Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian investigators gave oral presentations at the International Stroke Conference on Feb. 23.

Dr. Santosh Murthy, an assistant professor of neurology and of neuroscience in the...

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Scientists Track Restoration of Communication in Minimally Conscious Patient

Mother and child: Nancy Worthen doing art therapy with her daughter, Maggie, who was minimally conscious following a blood clot. Photo credit: Nancy Worthen

A severely brain injured woman, who recovered the ability to communicate using her left eye, restored connections and function of the areas of her brain responsible for producing expressive language and responding to human speech, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine scientists.


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Neuroimaging Categorizes Four Depression Subtypes

Dr. Conor Liston MD '08. Photo credit: Carlos Rene Perez

Patients with depression can be categorized into four unique subtypes defined by distinct patterns of abnormal connectivity in the brain, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine.

In a collaborative study published Dec. 5 in Nature Medicine,...

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Drs. Josef Anrather, Corinne Benakis, and David Brea discover that GI tract bacteria can help reduce stroke severity.

Commensal microbiota affects ischemic stroke outcome by regulating intestinal...

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Awards, News, & Multimedia


    •    Dr. Makoto Ishii received the prestigious Beeson Career Development Award : Pathobiology of Hypothalamic and Metabolic Dysfunction in Normal Aging and Alzheimer's Disease
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The 2017 BMRI Paper of the Year Award

We are pleased to announce establishment of the inaugural “BMRI Paper of the Year Award”. A $10,000 unrestricted research grant will be given to the laboratory of the senior-corresponding author of a research paper published during the calendar year 2017, deemed by a peer-review panel to be the most impactful of those submitted for this competition. This award will be given annually, contingent upon availability of funds. ...

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Dr. Conor Liston receives the IMHRO / Janssen Rising Star Translational Research Award

“Circuit Biomarkers for Diagnosing and Treating Neurophysiological Subtypes of Depression”

Dr. Liston is striving to...

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