Weill Cornell Medicine Events


Thursday, December 7

Brain Metastasis Tumor Board

Join us every Thursday at 8 AM for a unique and informative Zoom event where medical experts gather to conduct a Brain Metastasis Tumor Board. During this...

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The Planning a Project course provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively plan and initiate a project. In this one-hour...

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Cancer Support Group

Coping with cancer? You are not alone! The cancer support group is a safe and supportive place open to all persons with any cancer diagnosis. Connet with...

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Optogenetic Control and Repair of Diverse Cellular Processes

Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Won Do Heo, Ph.D. Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences Korea Advanced Institute...

Queer U: At the Intersection of Pride and Shame

This 8-week course, part information, part support group, is a safe space for folks who want real talk and real answers about mental and emotional health. It...

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Walk with a Doc

Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. You’ll take a few minutes to learn about a current...

Sex Shapes the Transcriptomic Landscape in Age-related Demyelination and Alzheimer's Tau Pathology via Toll-like Receptor 7

Chloe Lopez-Lee Neuroscience Chairperson: Dr. Anjali Rajadhyaksha Major Sponsor: Dr. Li Gan Minor Sponsors: Dr. Yueming Li and Dr. Roberta Marongiu

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Concerns about diversity dominate ethical discussions of medical school admissions in the U.S. There is good reason for concern given that many classes lack...

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Progress in Neuroscience seminar (PINS)

Richard Daneman, Ph.D., Associate Professor University of California San Diego Talk titled “Regulation of the blood-brain barrier in health and disease.”

Ophthalmology Grand Rounds, Dec 07, 2023

Richard Polo, MD - "Under Pressure" Tobin Thuma, DO - "Breakthrough Lesions"

Thursday, December 7