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Bruce Stillman honored with Excellence in Healthcare Award

...two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, CSHL scientists contributed to COVID-19 research with many publications. The CSHL DNA Learning Center also adapted its hands-on science education programs for remote instruction...

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President’s essay: Foundations for the future

...published in peer-reviewed journals. After posting over 21,500 COVID-19–related articles by the end of 2021, bioRxiv and medRxiv are recognized as a critical part of the world’s response to the...

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CSHL 19th graduating class celebrated

...channel for COVID-19 pandemic research that included epidemiological data, treatments, vaccine development, variant identification, and clinical trials. The Winship Herr Award for Excellence in Teaching was presented to CSHL Associate...

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Honorary degrees awarded to CSHL Press leadership

...to the world’s latest scientific research, and in 2020, medRxiv became the primary source for COVID-19 pandemic research. Read more about the honorees here: John R. Inglis, Ph.D. John R....

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How a world on pause sparked educational innovation at CSHL

...2022: CSHL fostered unprecedented global collaboration and communication through its open-access preprint servers, medRxiv and bioRxiv, disseminating over 22,000 COVID-19 preprints. The Meetings & Courses Program connected 15,000 participants per...

Albert Bourla

...joy. A powerful example of Pfizer’s capabilities and culture was seen in the company’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Investing more than $2 billion dollars at-risk, Albert inspired colleagues to...

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Two years of COVID-19 related research at CSHL

...years of the pandemic, CSHL scientists continued publishing their research. In some cases, they went beyond their usual line of study and worked on COVID-19. The four most-read COVID-related CSHL...

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Famotidine clinical trial shows COVID-19 symptom reduction

...valuable to global efforts to find safe and affordable therapies to treat COVID-19.” An over-the-counter heartburn drug shows promise in reducing several COVID-19 symptoms in a fully-remote outpatient clinical trial....

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Drug halts immune reactions to save damaged lungs

...traps (NETs). Many scientists suspect NETs help drive the development of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in patients with severe COVID-19 and other life-threatening lung injuries. A video showing how...

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COVID-19: Looking ahead

A fireside chat with Dr. Anthony Fauci. Schedule (ET) 9:00–9:45 a.m. Talk and Q&A Click here to watch Zoom Webinar Information ID: 958 5951 7201 Passcode: 489171 About the speaker...

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COOs Report: Embracing change

...in providing more frequent cleaning related to COVID-19. Like most of the country, after the Thanksgiving holiday we saw a significant rise in COVID-19 infections. We instituted a temporary Remote...

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Open access: The pathway to successful collaborations

...Data Bank (PDB) was born. Transparent and accessible data served us well during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even before January 2020, when the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a...