On Veterans Day, we recognize the sacrifice that our military men and women have made, including to their health. Fortunately, biomedical researchers across New York State are doing essential work to improve the health of our veterans. Improving Diagnoses for Serious Lung Conditions One Long Island researcher is responsible for coining the term Iraq Afghanistan… Read More
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M. Laura Feltri, M.D. Professor, Departments of Biochemistry and Neurology Researcher, Hunter James Kelly Research Institute Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo What is your academic and professional background? I earned my M.D. from the University of Milano in my home country of Italy, after which I completed a… Read More
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Teresa V. Bowman, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Developmental & Molecular Biology and Department of Medicine (Oncology) Researcher, Ruth L. and David S. Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine How did you come to work in New York State? Before coming to Einstein in June 2013, I… Read More
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From the New York State Department of Health: Don’t think staff are automatically following infection control procedures, just because an outpatient facility has such protocols in place. That is among the disturbing new findings from researchers at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the New Mexico Department of Health; even when infection… Read More
Michael Halassa, M.D., Ph.D Assistant Professor of Neurology, Psychology and Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine How did you come to work in New York State? I grew up in Jordan, where I completed a six-year undergraduate/M.D. program. But I was extremely interested in the research side of medicine, and there was a lack of… Read More