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Faculty Research

The faculties at Weill Cornell, Rockefeller, and Sloan Kettering are among the most distinguished medical and biomedical scientists in the world. The three institutions are the home for more than 35 members of the National Academy of Sciences. Currently, the combined graduate faculty numbers more than 385 between The Rockefeller University Graduate School and the Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University – a partnership between Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Sloan Kettering Institute. The size of the graduate faculty ensures that there is broad expertise in all of the major biomedical research disciplines, including:

  • biochemistry and structural biology
  • cell and developmental biology
  • chemistry, chemical biology & pharmacology
  • computational biology, bioinformatics & systems biology
  • genetics & genomics
  • immunology
  • microbiology & infectious diseases
  • neuroscience
  • pathology and mechanisms of disease
  • physiology, biophysics & biomedical imaging
The quality and size of the Program faculty and the limited number of students in the Program ensure that the students will receive outstanding research training as well as substantial contact with their advisors and other faculty members.

For research profiles of our faculty members, please visit the Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University and The Rockefeller University web sites.

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