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1 NYU Faculty Members and Alumnus Win MacArthur “Genius Grants” for 2021
2 High Virus Count in the Lungs Drives COVID-19 Deaths
3 Many Mothers May Have Delayed or Abandoned Plans for Additional Children Because of COVID-19 Pandemic
4 The Cancer Letter: Perlmutter Cancer Center Medical Oncologist Franco M. Muggia, MD, Dies at 85
5 Off-Target Immune System Response Could Predict COVID-19 Severity
6 NYU Grossman School of Medicine Welcomes Class of 2025 During Annual White Coat Ceremony
7 Healio Rheumatology: NYU Langone Research Shows Nearly 30 Percent of Patients with Lupus Show Low Response to COVID-19 Vaccine
8 Pregnant women who receive COVID-19 vaccination pass protection from the virus to their newborns
9 How COVID-19 can damage all five senses
10 NYU Langone Orthopedic Surgeons Present Latest Clinical Findings & Research at the 2021 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Conference
11 How To Land A Spot At One Of These Tuition-Free Medical Schools
12 COVID-19: Greater Mortality Among Psych Patients Remains a Mystery
13 NYU Grossman School of Medicine Celebrates 180th Graduation in Virtual Ceremony
14 Apex Capital Buys NYU-Leased Office in Boynton Beach for $37M
15 Decades After Toxic Exposure, 9/11 First Responders May Still Lower Their Risk of Lung Injury
16 AI tool increases radiologists' accuracy at spotting breast cancer on ultrasound scans by 37%
17 Can a Computer Program Help Docs Spot Breast Cancer?
18 Platelets Are Key to Blood Vessel Damage in Patients with COVID-19
19 Joseph D. Zuckerman, MD, Receives American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons' Highest Leadership Honor
20 Scientific American: 9/11 First Responders Continue to Experience Health Effects from Ground Zero Exposure
21 Are Doctors Drowning in Inbox Overload? | MedPage Today
22 The New York Times: Genetic Study Suggests Why Humans No Longer Have Tails
23 Why Don't Humans Have Tails? | Smart News
24 Off-target immune response could predict COVID-19 severity
25 Tandon-led initiative will help healthcare practitioners adopt new data-intensive technologies quicker and easier
26 Newsday: Many 9/11 First Responders Struggle with Mental Health & Seek Help & Freedom from Stigma
27 'It's Like Quicksand': What We Heard This Week
28 Franco Muggia, former head of CTEP and NYU cancer center, dies at 85
29 More evidence that pregnant women who receive Covid vaccine pass on protection to their newborns
30 'Vaccines: What's New, What's Next' Town Hall with Dr. Jen Ashton and Dr. Anthony Fauci
31 Coping After COVID: Challenging Circumstances for ADHD Patients
32 The American Heart Association selects Tuskegee University researchers to study hypertension with focus on health equity
33 NYU Med School Ranked 2nd Best In Country By U.S. News
34 HELEN KIMMEL Obituary (2021)
35 Weight Loss Can Help Cut Lung Risks in 9/11 First Responders
36 Calif. doctor spreading lies about COVID-19 indicted in Jan. 6 riot
37 More microplastics in babies’ faeces than in adults’ – study
38 Vaccinated pregnant women pass high level of antibodies to babies: Study
39 New AI Tool-Based Advancement in Breast Cancer Imaging
40 What to Know About Booster Shots, Now
41 Autoimmune antibodies strongly linked to the severity of illness in COVID-19 patients
42 Antipsychotics do not increase COVID-19 mortality risk
43 The Health Department Announces New Members Of The New York City Of Health
44 2021 Match Day Celebrated at NYU Grossman School of Medicine in Virtual Ceremony
45 NYU Grossman School of Medicine — Latest Stories — Pain News Network
46 Diversity Defines White Coat Ceremony at NYU Long Island School of Medicine
47 5 Things to Do When You're Irritable and Depressed
48 NGOs Launch Declaration on Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting
49 Study identifies reactive neuroinflammatory astrocyte subtypes in the mouse brain
50 COVID-19 vaccination: Can pregnant women pass the protection to newborns?
51 Should vaccine makers promote their products? Experts question ethics
52 NYC Schools’ COVID Rapid-Response Situation Room Team Hours Slashed
53 The New York Times: What the Rookie Doctors Brought in During the COVID-19 Pandemic Saw
54 Protein Found to Control Drivers of Normal Growth & Cancer
55 NYU Langone Health Named Coordinating Center for American Heart Association Health Equity Research Network to Prevent Hypertension in Black Communities
56 Devastating Effects of Delta Surge Include Rationed Medical Care
57 NYU Langone Health Establishes Center for Psychedelic Medicine
58 How the Pop It! Invaded Your Home
59 How Humans Lost Their Tails
60 When the Immune Response Makes COVID-19 Worse
61 Crain's Health Pulse New York: NYU Grossman School of Medicine Named Center of Excellence in Dementia Detection by Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
62 The Cannabis-COVID Connection: What We Know and Don't Know
63 'The writing is on the wall. Why can't they read it?': Teens aren't getting the Covid-19 vaccine even at clinics meant for them
64 Having a Good Listener Improves Your Brain Health
65 Some Rich People Are Counting Their Antibodies ‘Like Calories’
66 NYU medical school renamed after Robert Grossman, Penn Medicine alum and former prof.
67 NYU Langone Health's Hospitals Receive 'A' Rating from the Spring 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade
68 Crain's Health Pulse New York: Virtual Reality, Hybrid Instruction Enliven Medical Education During Pandemic
69 Med School Renamed NYU Grossman School of Medicine – Washington Square News
70 Genetic mutation may explain how humans lost their tails
71 Latest: Alaska has new daily high in coronavirus infections
72 NYU Langone Medical Associates—Howard Beach
73 The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Medical School Applications Soar in COVID-19 Era
74 Connective Tissue Protein Fights Bacterial Infections While Restraining Immune Overreaction in Sepsis
75 Pre–COVID-19 Subway Air Polluted from DC to Boston, But New York Region's Is the Worst, Study Finds
76 NYU Langone Health to Co-Lead NIH-Funded Effort to Understand Long-Term Effects of SARS-CoV-2 Infection
77 Patients Taking Methotrexate Respond Less Well to COVID-19 Vaccine
78 Renowned Hospitalist to Lead New Division of Hospital Medicine at NYU Langone Health
79 This mutation may explain how humans lost their tails
80 Tenure-Track Faculty
81 Virtual Discharge Program Reduces Return ED Visits Among COVID Patients by More Than 50 Percent
82 Half of moms are postponing plans of having more children due to COVID
83 Vital Signs Podcast: Dr. Gabrielle Mayer Went from Medical School to the COVID-19 Front Line
84 Medical students haven't been deterred by the stress of Covid on hospitals and staff — they are eager to help
85 SiriusXM's Doctor Radio Reports: Hassenfeld Children's Hospital Has Had a Strong Commitment to Children's Health from the Start
86 NYU School of Medicine Renamed NYU Robert I. Grossman School of Medicine
87 Study sheds light on persistent racial disparities in prostate cancer care in the United States
88 ANANDA Scientific and NYU Grossman School of Medicine Announce First Patient Enrolled in the Clinical Trial Evaluating Liquid Structure™ Cannabidiol (CBD) for Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
89 Do You Wish You Had a Tail?
90 Renowned Eye Surgeon Named Vice Chair for Ophthalmology Education & Director of Cornea Service at NYU Langone Health
91 Pulmonology Advisor: NYU Langone Doctor Discusses the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
92 Women's Health Gets a Double Boost in Brooklyn
93 MindMed Partners with NYU Langone Medical Center to Launch Groundbreaking Training Program for Psychedelic Therapies and Medicines
94 Citicoline Protects Against Glaucoma Without Reducing Fluid Pressure in Eye
95 It's Been Worse. It Will Get Better | NYU Langone News
96 At NYU Langone, Doctors Are Unmasking a Hidden Cardiac Condition to Save Lives
97 Spaces Making Up 'the Interstitium' Are Connected | NYU Langone News
98 Expert in Women's Health to Lead Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at NYU Langone Health
99 Higher viral load in lungs 'largely responsible' for COVID-19 deaths, study suggests
100 NYU Langone Health Nationally Recognized with an 'A' for the Fall 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade