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Research Support and Services

This section provides information about services, courses and tools available to the WCM research community intended to facilitate grant writing, support the development and further training of junior faculty, and offer scholarship and real-time research grant award information

Clinical Skills Center

The Clinical Skills Center is a state-of-the-art teaching complex that encompasses 20,000 square feet at Weill Cornell Medicine. This resource has untapped potential for faculty, course staff members and students to integrate digital, online and multimedia tools and resources into presentations, teaching, and medical training activities.

Grant Writing & Support Tools

A variety of tools and support services are available to our research community to facilitate their grant writing. 

Junior Faculty Mentoring

Information on how junior faculty can receive guidance on a variety of areas ranging from their research to their career advancement.

New York City Clinical Data Research Network (NYC-CDRN)

The NYC-CDRN offer researcher’s access to robust, high-quality patient data while streamlining research and advancing patient-centered care from a network of over 20 New York City-based organizations that electronically share data yielding 4.5 million unique patients representing 60 million encounters. 

Research Scholarship and Mentoring Opportunities

List of research scholarships and opportunities, including development workshops and skill acquisition seminars.

Research Informatics

List of research computing resources, including Architecture for Research Computing in Health (ARCH), high performance computing, online survey tools, and electronic health record reporting.

Research Visibility Dashboard

Faculty and Department Administrators can now access grant activity in a user-friendly format to track and monitor sponsored account activity.

Scientific Software Hub

Find information and access to all the software that is licensed to Weill Cornell Medicine faculty, staff and students, or is freely available.