Weill Hall at Night

Weill Hall at nightWeill Hall at night

Keck Retreat Poster Session

Researchers discussing research poster.Researchers discussing research poster.

Sepal Cells, Roeder Lab

Sepal Cells, photo from microscopeSepal Cells, photo from microscope

At microscope

Student at microscopeStudent at microscope

Cytoskeletal structure of lamin mutant fibroblasts, Lammerding Lab

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About the Weill Institute

The Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology, founded in 2008, is an interdisciplinary research institute in the heart of Cornell University's Ithaca, NY campus focusing on cell signaling and molecular dynamics. The institute, located in Weill Hall, now includes twelve faculty members with appointments in three Cornell colleges and six departments - Biological Statistics and Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Molecular Biology and GeneticsPlant Biology, Microbiology, and Chemistry & Chemical Biology. Our goal is to provide the best possible environment for our faculty and their labs to do world-class research.