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For 250 years, NewYork-Presbyterian has been at the forefront of medicine. Whether it is exploring COVID-19's effect on the kidneys or discovering the expanded role of T cells in cancer treatment, we are always on the leading edge of groundbreaking research and clinical innovation.
NewYork-Presbyterian has always been proud to feature amazing physicians, comprehensive systems and a wide breadth of specialties. Those are some of the things that make us a truly great hospital. Together with Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine—two top-tier medical schools that are powerful engines for research and innovation—we have become a beacon for medical advancement.
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Learn more about the latest clinical research being done across our comprehensive breadth of specialties below.
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One Hospital, Two Schools
With Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine as part of the NewYork-Presbyterian hospital system, we are world leaders when it comes to advancing science and clinical research. Read more about the studies we currently have underway.
Advances in Rehabilitation Medicine
Novel Approaches Promote Progress in Stroke Rehabilitation
Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital present recent updates on novel devices to improve recovery for patients living with the aftereffects of stroke.
Advances in Neurology
Applying Focused Ultrasound to Facilitate Drug Delivery to the Brain
Dr. Michael G. Kaplitt has pioneered the use of high-frequency focused ultrasound (FUS) to traverse the blood-brain barrier for the treatment of tremors.
Latest research and innovations
From COVID Screening to Cancer Outcomes: Scientific Investigations Address COVID-19 and Cancer
Oncologists and other specialists at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital continue to contribute their expertise and resources to scientific investigations of COVID-19 and its implications for oncology care.
Cardio-Oncology: Staying Ahead of Cancer Care and Its Cardiovascular Consequences
In the rapidly evolving field of cardio-oncology, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is making its mark with dedicated programs led by cardiology faculty at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Columbia Orthopedics: Leading the Field in Sports Medicine
Our sports medicine physicians, many of whom have been competitive athletes, have a distinguished record of returning players to their sport in optimal form.
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