David Yamaguchi co-authored a paper published in the journal Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences after a summer Cornell Fellowship at the University of Iowa’s department of biochemistry.
Fifty-seven students joined their Cornell professors for courses in the Bahamas and Belize during block 6. Cornell courses have traveled to the Gerace Research Center in the Bahamas for years, and 2013 marked the third annual trip to a field station in Latin America.
On the court, Kirtley Hitt ’12 helped lead her volleyball team to the Division III national tournament. She also pursued numerous volunteer and pre-med opportunities in preparation for becoming a physician assistant.
Student Victoria Levasseur explains how Cornell’s unique block plan allows her to wholeheartedly pursue her varied passions.
Jeff Murray will present on March 3rd on the challenges and rewards of studying the genetic and environmental causes of birth defects and pre-term birth.
Since 2005, Cornell students have regularly joined Dr. Larry Dorr ’63 and other medical professionals on Operation Walk, a medical mission that performs hip and knee replacements in countries such as China, Peru, and Viet Nam. During the trips, students observe surgeries and assist with physical therapy and many other aspects of the project.
Eager to explore her interest in forensic pathology, See-yin So found the perfect outlet: a summer internship in New York City’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner sponsored by the Dimensions program. She earned a Cornell Fellowship the following summer to conduct biotech research in Baltimore, and she hopes to enter medical school after graduating […]
As a pre-med student aiming to become an emergency room doctor, Mehrdad Zarifkar ’09 benefited from many opportunities at Cornell, including a two-block Cornell Fellowship at Translational Genomics (TGen) in Phoenix, dedicated MCAT preparation, and reading groups with President Garner.
Since 2007, a number of Cornell students have engaged in neuroscience research side-by-side with professionals at the University of Chicago. The opportunity was established Rich Kraig ’71, director of the Cerebrovascular Disease and Aging Laboratories at the university.
Britton Zuccarelli ’07 earned a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Kansas School of Medicine, and plans to eventually practice bilingual medicine with a specialization in adolescent medicine, family practice or pediatrics. As an undergraduate she majored in biochemistry and molecular biology and Spanish, with a minor in chemistry.
Jason Kolowski ’98 practices real-life CSI as a forensic scientist with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) in New York City. Kolowski investigates DNA evidence from crime scenes, and was directly involved with forensic recovery after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Jeff Welder ’07 says his Cornell education prepared him well for the first-year rigors of medical school at the University of Iowa.
Each February, Cornell courses in biology, geology, and anthropology leave the cold Iowa winter behind for a month in the Bahamas. The Gerace Research Center on the island of San Salvador provides an excellent facility for ongoing Cornell studies of modern and ancient reef systems in the area.
MOUNT VERNON – Cornell College has been awarded a grant from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust in the amount of $178,521 to purchase equipment for the biochemistry and molecular biology program.
Danielle Bowen came to Cornell with interests in math and biology and left with a prestigious scholarship and solid grounding in the cutting-edge area of statistical genetics. She says her eyes were first opened to the burgeoning field in Bioinformatics, a computer science course taught by Andy Wildenberg.