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As a top-ranked children's care program affiliated with a renowned medical school, the Department of Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine is dedicated to pursuing pediatric research. We bring together basic medical science and clinical medicine for the advancement of all areas of pediatric health. 

Gale and Ira Drukier Institute for Children’s Health

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Using genomics and other cutting-edge research approaches, the cross-disciplinary Drukier Institute drives excellence and innovation in pediatrics, seamlessly transforming research breakthroughs into the most advanced, safe and effective pediatric patient care.

Drukier Prize

The Drukier Prize honors an early career pediatrician who, through basic, translational or clinical research, has made important contributions that improve the health of children.

Drukier Lecture

The Drukier Lecture in Children’s Health highlights the latest research and discoveries in the field of pediatric healthcare.

Research News

The Department of Pediatrics is pleased to announce the opening and accreditation of our new Leukodystrophy Center (LC),  directed by Dr. Eric Mallack, an assistant professor of pediatrics and co-directed by Dr. Jamie Palaganas, assistant professor of clinical pediatrics, both in Division of Child Neurolgy at Weill Cornell...

The Weill Cornell Physicians Organization has selected seven outstanding physicians for the Healthcare Leadership Fellows Program (2020-2021) to foster their development as physician leaders, including Cori Green, MD, MSc, associate professor of clinical pediatrics and Director of Behavioral Health Education and Integration in Pediatrics in the  Weill Cornell Medicine Department...

Research Events

VIRTUAL CME: Recognition and Management of Common Neurosurgical Conditions in the Pediatric Practice

September 25, 2020 - 3:00pm
In the midst of a busy pediatric practice it can be difficult to recognize the signs and symptoms of uncommon disorders that may need further evaluation by a pediatric neurosurgeon. This one-day course is designed as a comprehensive educational seminar to teach pediatricians and pediatric nurses/nurse practitioners how to identify the signs of pediatric brain tumors, seizures, and inborn abnormalities of the spine, face, and head; how best to triage; when to image; and when to send the child to... Read More

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