Congratulations to the Class of 2018 | Weill Cornell Medicine

Hard a vision of a commences to train the next generation of bees and share your knowledge and your wisdom with those following in your footsteps I’m feeling very excited it’s completely unreal it still doesn’t feel like we graduated and I’m just really proud of all my classmates ten years of postgraduate education to…

The 169th Cutter Lecture – Michael Marmot – May 10, 2019

good afternoon wonderful to have you sets a full house for those of you who think you cannot manage standing for an hour there is an overflow room in the Rossano atrium at the first floor of kreski and for those who are briefed there are three seats here in France it’s my great pleasure…

A Personal Path to Science | Susannah Calhoun | Weill Cornell Medicine

I was born with a condition called fibular hemimelia Which means I was born without a fibula bone in my leg Growing up as an amputee, I’ve always been aware of the differences between myself and others These differences left me with a desire to overcome challenges and also opened my path to becoming a…

Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics)

Any workplace in which someone is engaged now will be a workplace in which ethical issues, both of a local kind, a national kind and an international kind, are constantly arising. My name is Chris Cordner. I’m an Associate Professor of Philosophy. I’m also Director of the Masters of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics). The…

Choosing a Career in Health Informatics

One of the things that was kind of difficult about choosing Health Informatics was understanding what it really was. You hear the name, you don’t really understand, you know it’s health – but informatics – what do those mean together? Once I kind of understood that it’s just basically everything in health and how we…

Shekinah Fashaw: My Grandma Prefers her Home – Does her Health Agency?

At the age of seventeen I became a family caregiver to my grandmother who lived about thirty minutes away from my family’s home. Partially because my mother was the eldest daughter and this is typically a role that the eldest daughter fills. But also because I had just gotten my driver’s license and I really…

Johns Hopkins Convocation 2014: School of Public Health Graduation

SPEAKER 1: Being at Hopkins has been a really valuable experience because it has opened so many doors for me. SPEAKER 2: I learned how to learn here at Johns Hopkins. And that is something that I can take anywhere with me. SPEAKER 3: I’ve learned more about defeating disease than in any other place…

A Scientist Returns to a First Love | Claire Oh | Weill Cornell Medicine

(upbeat music) – Being an athlete really taught me a lot about life and science. I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and how it works. This sparked my interest in biological engineering and ultimately pharmacology, where I can use my math, science and physics skills to develop new drugs and solve problems in…

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 | Weill Cornell Medicine

Parents, families, and friends, please join me in congratulating the class of 2019. We are immensely proud of their achievements, and we can’t wait to see what the coming years will bring. Thank you. I’m the first in my family to graduate from high school and to pursue higher education. I’m originally from Ghana, and…