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Divisions & Institutes

DIVISIONS

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Biostatistics

The Division supports design and analysis of clinical and translational research at the medical college and serves as an academic home for biostatistics and epidemiology.

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Comparative Effectiveness & Outcomes Research

This Division pursues comparative effectiveness and outcomes research related to medications, medical devices, procedures and healthcare delivery interventions.

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Epidemiology

The Division uses epidemiologic methods to study disease etiology in human populations.

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Health Informatics

This Division develops novel informatics and health IT methods and tools, and studies their application in the intelligent use of healthcare data to inform policy and decision making.

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Health Policy & Economics

This Division focuses on organization, payment methods and processes used to improve the U.S. healthcare system and medical care.

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Healthcare Delivery Science & Innovation

The Division of Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation will enhance the health system at the micro level to improve care in the real world. This division will focus on the development, implementation and evaluation of patient-centered clinical innovations.

INSTITUTES

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Disease & Disaster Preparedness

Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) Disease & Disaster Preparedness staff have helped pioneer quantitative public health planning following 9/11, leveraging affiliated scientific disciplines such as operations research to gather information for policies that are now integral to health protection strategies in the U.S. and abroad.

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Health Technologies & Interventions

The Institute for Health Technologies and Interventions initiates, conducts and collaborates on outcomes research and quality of care research within the interventional medicine and device context. The institute utilizes the Weill Cornell and NYP hospital network for these studies in order to generate new knowledge about medical technologies and clinical strategies and to improve the quality and efficiency of care. 

Population Health Sciences 402 E. 67th St. New York, NY 10065 Phone: (646) 962-8078