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Raymond Chang Wins ABTA Award for Summer Sprint Project

Raymond Chang Wins ABTA Award for Summer Sprint

Raymond Chang, a medical student who participated in the Children’s Brain Tumor Project “summer sprint” in 2016, has been named winner of the American Brain Tumor Association’s Lucien Rubinstein Award.

New Paper Shows How Gliomas May Be Stopped in Their Tracks

Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield and Dr. Prajwal Rajappa of Weill Cornell Medicine

Researchers found how it may be possible to stop the progression of a low-grade, survivable glioma into a high-grade, fatal malignancy.

Malignant astrocytic tumor progression potentiated by JAK-mediated recruitment of myeloid cells.

Malignant astrocytic tumor progression potentiated by JAK-mediated recruitment of myeloid cells.

While the tumor microenvironment has been known to play an integral role in tumor progression, the function of non-resident bone marrow-derived cells (BMDCs) remains to be determined in neurologica

Innovative 3-D Models Allow Hands-On Training for Craniosynostosis

Weill Cornell Medicine Craniosynostosis Course 2016

Neurosurgeon Mark Souweidane and plastic surgeon Jeffrey Ascherman used the models to teach young surgeons to repair a common craniofacial anomaly

Amazing Kid Returns to NYC for Team Reunion

Dr. Athos Patsalides, Brandon Hibbs, and Dr. Mark Souweidane

What started out as a routine sinus infection invaded the St. Louis teenager’s brain, and it required an extensive team and some surgical heroics to save him.

Dr. Greenfield Video: This Is Personal

Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield

Dr. Greenfield talks about how he can't help but develop personal relationships with his patients.

Dr. Schwartz and Dr. Greenfield Co-Author New Book on Pediatric Endonasal Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery

Pediatric Endonasal Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery: A Case-Based Manual

The authors have become leaders in the field, extending availability of this minimally invasive procedure to pediatric patients.

Trailblazers of Neuroscience

Dr. Roger Härtl and Dr. Philip Stieg

Weill Cornell neurosurgeons present the latest in neuroscientific advances at a boldface-name event

Three-Time Winner: Dr. Souweidane Extends His Fight Against DIPG

Dr. Mark Souweidane

Dr. Mark Souweidane performed a third direct infusion of a cancer-fighting drug into the brain of a young patient — the first time a child has received a third treatment.

Dr. Souweidane Treats Final Patient in Groundbreaking DIPG Clinical Trial

Dr. Mark Souweidane

After four years and 31 infusions, the clinical trial has concluded

CBTP Lab’s “Summer Sprint” Continues

Matthew Bernstein in the Weill Cornell Children's Brain Tumor Project Lab

The final two participants in the summer 2016 research program have arrived in the Children’s Brain Tumor Project (CBTP) lab. Matthew Bernstein, who lost his brother Zachary to DIPG and who currently serves as the Youth Volunteer Coordinator for his family’s Fly a Kite Foundation, will spend August helping kick-start our efforts to build a database of thalamic glioma samples. These samples, in combination with the data we are assembling through the online Thalamic Glioma Registry, will be invaluable in new, specific research efforts dedicated to these rare brain tumors.

We Are #1 in New York, Again!

U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals issue 2016

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is the #1 hospital in New York for the 16th year in a row; Neurology/Neurosurgery is ranked #1 in New York and #3 in the nation

Gliomatosis cerebri: A consensus summary report from the First International Gliomatosis cerebri Group Meeting, March 26-27, 2015, Paris, France.

Gliomatosis cerebri: A consensus summary report from the First International Gliomatosis cerebri Group Meeting, March 26-27, 2015, Paris, France.

The First International Gliomatosis cerebri Group Meeting had the following goals: refine the clinical and radiologic diagnostic criteria for GC, suggest appropriate diagnostic procedures, standardize tissue manipulation for histologic and molecular characterization, and prioritize relevant preclinical projects.

More Help in the CBTP Lab

Rachel Yanowitch, Jared Bassett, Tina Bharani, and Emilie George

The summer lab team at the Children’s Brain Tumor Project continues to grow.

CBTP 'Summer Sprint' Adds Another Researcher, Thanks to Carlos Colon

Dr. Mark Souweidane reviews MRI scans of DIPG tumors with Fatima Nathalia Morales

The Cristian Rivera Foundation committee member has pledged $5,000 to supplement our already ambitious effort

Weill Cornell Accepted Into Children's Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium

CBTTC

We are now full members of an elite group dedicated to collaborating on research into pediatric brain tumors

Dr. Stieg Hosts NYC Regional “Cancer Moonshot Summit”

Dr. Stieg hosted the NYC Regional Cancer Moonshot Summit in conjunction with Vice President Joe Biden's national meeting

Top oncology experts tackle the tough questions about accelerating progress

8 Weill Cornell Medicine Neurosurgeons Among Top Doctors in New York 2016

Weill Cornell neurosurgeons Best Doctors 2016

This week’s issue of New York magazine features the annual listing of “Best Doctors in New York,” and the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center is once again proud to have eight members of our team included on the list. This prestigious roster includes Dr. Philip E.

Cristian Rivera Board Members Darlene Rodriguez and Andy Epstein to Support CBTP Summer Research

Mark M. Souweidane, MD and NBC anchor Darlene Rodriguez

The board members will contribute $5,000 each to the “summer sprint” in the CBTP lab

Dr. Rapoport Honored with NYP Employee Care Award

Dr. Mark Souweidane (far left) and the PICU staff congratulate Dr. Benjamin Rapoport on his award

Third-year neurosurgery resident Benjamin Rapoport, MD, PhD, was selected as the Resident of the Month and honored for exemplifying both the hospital motto, “We Put Patients First,” and the NewYork-Presbyterian Values: Respect, Teamwork, Excellence, Empathy, Innovation, and Responsibility.

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