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WCM-Q student publishes three research papers in two years

WCM-Q student publishes three research papers in two years

A student at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) has had three research papers published during just two years in the pre-medical curriculum.

Mathematical modelling helped national Covid-19 public-health response

Mathematical modelling helped national Covid-19 public-health response

A sophisticated mathematical model developed by the researchers at Qatar University (QU), Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar, ( WCM-Q) Ministry of Public Health, and Hamad Medical Corporation helped Qatar's Covid-19 public-health response

WCM-Q celebrates graduation of Class of 2020 in online ceremony

WCM-Q celebrates graduation of Class of 2020 in online ceremony

Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) celebrated the graduation of its Class of 2020 comprising 38 doctors at a virtual ceremony Wednesday.

Covid-19 could be stopped with a moderately effective vaccine

Covid-19 could be stopped with a moderately effective vaccine

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) and Qatar university (QU) have shown that even a moderately effective vaccine could be enough to stop the current coronavirus pandemic.

WCM-Q, HMC help develop medical leaders

WCM-Q, HMC help develop medical leaders

Alumni of Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) and Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) doctors have received certificates after completing an extensive leadership and mentoring course.

WCM-Q doctor takes part in innovative cancer surgery

WCM-Q doctor takes part in innovative cancer surgery

A doctor at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) wants to bring an innovative form of surgery for ovarian cancer to the country in the hope of improving survival rates among women.

Researchers crack code deciding date palm gender

Researchers crack code deciding date palm gender

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) can now predict whether a date palm seed will produce a male or female plant with effectively 100% accuracy – with huge implications for the commercial use of the plant.

WCM-Q’s Khayr Qatarna launch gives impetus to food security drive

WCM-Q’s Khayr Qatarna launch gives impetus to food security drive

Giving impetus to food security in the country, Project Greenhouse, part of Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar’s (WCM-Q) health campaign ‘Sahtak Awalan – Your Health First’, has launched ‘Khayr Qatarna’ (bounty of Qatar), a new phase of the project

WCM-Q scientists move closer to creating blood in lab

WCM-Q scientists move closer to creating blood in lab

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) have made a breakthrough which could lead to personalised blood and heart tissue being created in a laboratory.