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CUMC researchers are working on ways to print living human tissue -- to one day produce personalized body parts & implants on demand.
Dr. Tom Maniatis is honored for developing research methods for studying human cells -- where only bacterial cells were possible before.
Heart attacks in the U.S. are uncommon among people younger than 55, but the numbers could rise because obesity is a growing problem, said Dr. Lee Goldman.
Dr. Ethel Siris notes the severity of fractures late in life. “When you break a hip at 80, it can be a life-ending experience.”
Dr. James Noble, neurologist, commented on a new study that showed an association between good oral hygiene and a lower risk of dementia.
Increasingly, research finds that exposure to anesthesia in early childhood may have long-term effects on kids’ brain development.
Lounges, balconies & terraced gathering spaces jut out of the 14-story sheer-glass facade of CUMC's new medical & graduate education bldg.
Encouraging clinical trial results for microarray, a new prenatal test that can detect more genetic problems than ever before.