Research Reports

  • Research Report 2018

    Research Report 2018

    Cross Talk: In biology, cross talk generally refers to a phenomenon in which one signaling pathway influences another, for better or worse. In life, it can mean much the same. At NYU Langone Health, constructive cross talk—the kind that motivates and empowers people—is foundational to the success of our growing team of more than 450 biomedical researchers and 725 trainees. Through that lens, the 2018 Research Report explores the vital connection between mentoring relationships and transformative research.

  • Research Report 2016

    Research Report 2016

    Worlds Unseen: Science is about seeing hidden worlds and making sense of life invisible to the naked eye. It’s about solving mysteries through the power of observation: we look, we hypothesize, we experiment, and we look again. The results can inspire, dazzle, and even save lives. Take a peek through the lens of NYU Langone biomedical research and see for yourself. View the digital report.

  • Research Report 2015

    Research Report 2015

    Turning Points: The road to scientific discovery wouldn’t be quite as thrilling without a few detours and unexpected turns. As the distinguished researchers profiled in the 2015 Research Report will tell you, progress rarely follows a straight trajectory. It’s the surprising twists along the way—the new clues, the unconventional experiments, the serendipitous collaborations—that yield some of the most profound insights in science. Read on to learn more about the notable turning points in NYU Langone’s ongoing efforts to advance medicine and save lives through biomedical research.

  • Research Report 2014

    Research Report 2014

    Turning Big Data into Big Opportunities: The evolution of everything from genomics to electronic medical records has produced a flood of raw data that flows faster every day. Turning that torrent of information into useful information that can be used to advance basic research and improve human health is a big challenge. In this year’s annual research report, we profile the diverse community of researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center who are mining big data for medical breakthroughs.

  • Research Report 2013

    Research Report 2013

    Scientific Discovery: Our 2013 Research Report features profiles of some of NYU Langone's newly recruited junior faculty whose out-of-the-box thinking, endless curiosity, and passion for problem solving exemplify our focus on cutting-edge basic and translational research. You can also read profiles of more seasoned investigators whose flourishing careers demonstrate how the culture of NYU Langone advances scientific achievement. 

  • Research Report 2012

    Research Report 2012

    Team Science: Our 2012 Research Report celebrates the teamwork at NYU Langone Medical Center that is a vital part of our efforts to deliver programmatically driven biomedical research. The teams that we highlight range from established interdisciplinary groups working in cancer, radiology, and cardiology to newly emerging teams coalescing around autism and population health, who are finding the NYU Langone environment a fertile one in which to grow.

  • Research Report 2011

    Research Report 2011

    iCubed: A new initiative at NYU School of Medicine explores how inflammation, infection, and immunity work together to propel and sustain the disease process. Uniting researchers from multiple departments and disciplines, the initiative is yielding insights into autoimmune diseases such as diabetes and arthritis, and other common conditions, that could lead to new therapies, diagnostics, and prevention strategies.

  • Research Report 2010

    Research Report 2010

    Innovation: NYU Langone, by all measures, is a leader among academic medical centers in transforming laboratory research into new diagnostics, medicines, and devices.

  • Research Report 2009

    Research Report 2009

    Transformative Science: A review of the environment, the science and the scientists at NYU Langone that promotes collaborative research that dramatically transforms the way disease is diagnosed, treated, and ultimately, eradicated.

  • Research Report 2008

    Research Report 2008

    re:search: Introducing NYU Langone’s six new Centers of Excellence in research and clinical care, plus profiles of 10 of our outstanding scientists and their work.