Weill Cornell Medicine is committed to excellence in patient care, scientific discovery and the education of future physicians in New York City and around the world. Since 1898, our doctors and scientists have been engaged in world-class clinical care and cutting-edge research that connect patients to the latest treatment innovations and prevention strategies. Weill Cornell Medicine's powerful network of collaborators extends to its parent university Cornell University; to Qatar, where Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar offers a Cornell University medical degree; and to programs in Tanzania, Haiti, Brazil, Austria and Turkey. Weill Cornell Medicine faculty provide exemplary patient care at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center, NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens and NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Weill Cornell Medicine is also affiliated with Houston Methodist.
Dr. Christopher Mason, co-director of the WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction and a professor of physiology and biophysics, has been selected to serve on the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Committee to develop the next 10 years of NASA and space medicine priorities.
Dr. Dolores Lamb, who was recruited as assistant professor of molecular biology in urology, has been elected Eastern Regional Administrative Secretary at the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB) as a member of the AAB Membership Review Committee. Dr. Lamb’s term began in June 2021.
Dr. Susan Pannullo, associate professor of clinical neurological surgery, was recently named winner of the 2021 Robert G. Schwager, MD ‘67 Education Scholar Award by Weill Cornell Medicine. In March, Dr. Pannullo was also elected chair of the board of trustees of The Washington Center, on whose board she has served since 2007. The center is an academic institution that provides internships and academic seminars for undergraduate students around the world, many of whom are from groups underrepresented in education or first-generation college students. Dr. Pannullo is the first alumna of the center, and the second woman, to lead the program.