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Shining a Light on Mental Health: Observing Mental Health & Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Months

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May is a significant month for mental health advocates and professionals alike, as it marks both Mental Health Awareness Month and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Awareness Month. With the aim of promoting understanding, reducing stigma and emphasizing the importance of mental well-being, these observances serve as powerful reminders of the ongoing work needed to support individuals facing mental health challenges. In line with this mission, Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of...

Faculty and Students Recognized with Notable Awards

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Weill Cornell Medicine faculty members were honored with awards for their exemplary achievements in medical research, education and care May 17-18 during Weill Cornell Medicine’s commencement activities.

Dr. Lily Belfi, an associate professor of clinical radiology and director of medical student education in the Department of Radiology, was awarded the Jeanne and Herbert Siegel Award for Excellence in Medical Education. This prize...

Four Different Autism Subtypes Identified in Brain Study

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People with autism spectrum disorder can be classified into four distinct subtypes based on their brain activity and behavior, according to a study from Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.

The study, published March 9 in Nature Neuroscience, leveraged machine learning to analyze newly available neuroimaging data from 299 people with autism and 907 neurotypical people. They found patterns of brain connections linked with...

Welcome Dr. Justin A. Chen, Vice Chair for Ambulatory Services and Vice Chair for Health Justice


We are happy to announce the growth of our leadership team to include Justin A. Chen, M.D., M.P.H. As of February 1, 2023, Dr. Chen will be joining the faculty of Weill Cornell Medicine as our new Vice Chair for Ambulatory Services and Vice Chair for Health Justice. In these new roles, Dr. Chen will be responsible for overseeing and advancing our behavioral health outpatient services across our Manhattan and Westchester campuses to ensure...

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