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Discovery at Cornell News Archive

Discovery in scientific research ultimately informs the practice of medicine for all species. 

For current Life Science & Veterinary Medicine News please check out the Cornell Chronicle

Cerione

Dr. Rick Cerione
Stopping the spread of cancer

 

kurpios story Dr. Natasza Kurpios
Learning how organs form explains fatal birth defects
cerione Dr. Richard Cerione
Promising target found for better brain cancer drugs
cerione

Dr. Margaret McEntee
Dr. Scott Coonrod
Dr. Richard Cerione
Dr. Robert Weiss
Veterinary faculty share work to conquer cancer

cheetham Dr. Jon Cheetham
Partnership homes in on regerative medicine
holgerstory Dr. Holger Sondermann
New tools inspire hope for understanding neurological disease

baines Dr. Joel Baines
Plugging up herpes could spawn needed drugs, study shows
coonrod

Dr. Scott Coonrod
Expelled DNA that traps toxins may backfire in obese

cancer

Dr. Richard Cerione
Researchers Discover What Cancer Cells Need to Travel

Slide Show images

Dr. Adam Boyko
National Geographic - Dog DNA

researcher Ynte Schukken with dairy cows

 

Leifer

Dr. Cynthia Leifer
Immune system checks and balances

testtubes

Dr. Richard Cerione, Dr. Hening Lin, Dr. Robert Weiss
Researchers win $3 million NIH grant to fight cancer

Parasites that hijack host immune cells

 

Dr. Eric Denkers
Promiscuous parasites hijack host immune cells

Margaret Bynoe

 

Dr. Margaret Bynoe
Breaching the Blood-Brain Barrier

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Dr. Joel Baines
Viral quality controls could trap herpes before it spreads

Russell Science

 

Dr. David Russell
Researcher honing in on life-giving drugs for those suffering from TB

Kurpios

Dr. Natasza Kurpious
Simple physics predicts how the gut forms and grows

giraffe

 

Dr. Alexander Travis
Series explores how to cut poverty but preserve wildlife

cherry tomatoes

 

Dr. Craig Altier
Food safety team tackles Salmonella in tomatoes