Weill Cornell Medical College is the biomedical research unit and medical school of Cornell University.
The medical college is currently located at 1300 York Avenue, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, along with the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences.
One of the most selective medical schools in the United States (based on analysis by U.S. News & World Report), Cornell enrolls approximately 100 students per class. In 2012, 5,886 people applied and 821 were interviewed for 101 seats. The average undergraduate GPA and MCAT score for successful applicants are 3.78 and 35Q, respectively. The college was renamed following an endowment gift by former Citigroup chairman Sanford Weill.
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Weill Cornell Medical College research articles from Innovation Toronto
- A single gene turns colorectal cancer cells back into normal tissue in mice – June 23, 2015
- Scientists Uncover Trigger for Most Common Form of Intellectual Disability and Autism
- Toxin-Emitting Bacteria Being Evaluated as a Potential Multiple Sclerosis Trigger
- Novel Drug Shuts Down Master Protein Key to Lymphoma
- Cocaine Vaccine Passes Key Testing Hurdle
- You Don’t “Own” Your Own Genes
- Bioengineers print ears that look and act like the real thing
- New Breakthrough Prize Awards Millions to Life Scientists
- Gene therapy reprograms scar tissue in damaged hearts into healthy heart muscle
- Low-Cost Pain Drug Can Kill Resistant Tuberculosis
- Prosthetic Retina Helps to Restore Sight in Mice
- New Vaccine for Nicotine Addiction
- First Targeted Nanomedicine to Enter Human Clinical Studies
- Potential Cancer Diagnostic Tool Set for Human Trials
- ‘Cornell Dots’ That Light Up Cancer Cells Go Into Clinical Trials