Research

Research

Our research helps translate breakthrough biomedical discoveries into effective new treatments.
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Recent Award

Ruth Lehmann, PhD, Receives the Keith R. Porter Lecture Award from the American Society for Cell Biology

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Developmental and cell biologist Dr. Ruth Lehmann
Recent Recognition

Claude Desplan, PhD, Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

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National Academy of Sciences member Dr. Claude Desplan
Recent Award

Jan T. Vilcek, MD, PhD, Awarded 2018 Ellis Island Medal of Honor

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Cytokines expert Dr. Jan T. Vilcek
Recent Award

Kelly M. Doran, MD, Receives Award from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

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Professor and emergency medicine physician Dr. Kelly M. Doran
Recent Publication

Study Identifies Gut Microbes Associated with Obesity

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Dr. Jiyoung Ahn, associate director of population sciences
Recent Publication

Dedifferentiation Maintains the Germline and Ensures Fertility Under Chronic Stress

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Biologist Dr. Erika Bach
Recent Publication

Researchers Control Heartbeat Frequency Using Light and a Photosensitive Molecule

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Skeletal structure of a light-regulated diltiazem derivative
Recent Publication

Study Identifies Potentially Actionable Differences Between Histologic Subtypes of Melanoma

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Medical Oncologist Dr. Iman Osman
Recent Publication

MRI Detector Glove Assesses Soft-Tissue Biomechanics

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MRI detector glove
Recent Publication

Calmodulin Shuttling Problems Linked to Human Neuropathology

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Dr. Richard Tsien, director of the Neuroscience Institute at NYU Langone
Recent Publication

Cytoplasmic Viscosity Is Regulated Through Modulation of Ribosome Concentration

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Fundamental biology researcher Dr. Liam Holt

New Science Building

Our new 365,000-square-foot facility includes wet labs and a vivarium to enable advanced biomedical research.
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