Caryl and Israel Englander
Institute for Precision Medicine

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Latest news from The Englander Institute for Precision Medicine:


March 8, 2017

Weill Cornell Medicine researchers will receive a grant from the Department of Defense to conduct an in-depth study of the molecular machinery driving the most aggressive form of prostate cancer.

March 1, 2017

Bishoy Faltas, MBBCh, Instructor in Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, was named a NextGen Star of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), an award that supporting the development and professional advancement of early-career scientists in cancer research.  Dr.

February 21, 2017
Entrepreneurship at Cornell (eLab) is a diverse, university-wide program that finds and fosters the entrepreneurial spirit in participants from every college, every field, and in every stage of life. Grounded in the belief that individuals who exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit and have acquired entrepreneurial knowledge can add significant value to any working environment from the smallest startup to the largest business, from non-profits to government agencies.
November 22, 2016

In a light-filled office, two young physician-scientists study how cancer forms, spreads, and recurs after remission. They meet once or twice a week where—amid leftover take-out containers and white-boarded walls—they write code, work through complex problems, and share recent triumphs and challenges.

November 1, 2016
Genomic testing is becoming an increasingly common starting place for the development of personalized medicine treatments for patients with a variety of hard-to-treat diseases, especially cancer, but organizations often struggle with interpreting and analyzing a glut of raw data produced by sequencing initiatives.

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Caryl and Israel Englander
Institute for Precision Medicine
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