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Researchers have developed a series of algorithms using Siamese networks, a type of artificial intelligence, to better identify and track the body movements of stroke patients in order to assist in patient treatment and recovery.
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At the end of his clinical rotation, Anthony Pagan was asked by the chief attending physician at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital what he wanted to do after graduation. When he said emergency medicine, he was offered a job on the spot. He started in June.
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The method, called ViTVS, uses an image processing technology to divide audio signals into distinct parts, or segments, for isolating clean bird sounds from a noisy background.
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Objects from interstellar space, such as rogue planets and asteroids, can become permanently trapped in the Sun’s orbit as a result of the combined gravitational effects of the Sun and the entire Milky Way galaxy, according to a study.
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Their proposal, “A Data-Driven Approach to Urban Mobility,” leverages advancements in artificial intelligence, data analytics and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to revitalize the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).
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Dr. Rinu Abraham, a recent graduate of the Katz School’s Occupational Therapy Doctorate, was the corresponding author of a study that found a negative correlation between manual dexterity and cognitive function in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis.
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The projects, drawn across the school’s graduate programs in STEM and Health Sciences, covered a range of subjects, and was an outcome of their own scholarship, as well as mentorship from faculty advisors, research collaborators and industry representatives.
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A first-generation American in a family of health care providers, Sharona Abramova was drawn to the PA faculty’s reputation for clinical excellence and the curriculum that emphasizes compassionate care. She recently joined Maimonides Midwood Community Hospital as a PA.
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Collaborations, like the one between Weill Cornell Medicine and the Katz School’s M.S. in Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship, have emerged as catalysts for the development of the next generation of drugs, devices and services.
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One of the enduring spring rituals is graduation season—processional marches, festooned mortarboards, Bach preludes and earnest speeches dolloped with thanks and optimism. At the Katz School, health sciences graduates participated in two rites of passage.

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