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News & Updates

Outtz Reed Lab at Weill Cornell Research Day!

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Anjali wins best poster!

Hasina Outtz Reed Selected for NIH National Commission on Lymphatic Diseases

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Congrats to Chou for being awarded a fellowship grant from The Stony Wold-Herbert Fund to study the role of the lymphatics in acute lung injury!

Congrats to Anjali on her new paper in Frontiers!

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Congrats Jade on a wonderful presentation of your research for the WISER program! Great work, we are proud of you!

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New Podcast!

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Dr. Outtz Reed was recently interviewed by Lisandra Villa Ellis for NAVBO's new podcast Vascular Crosstalk. A great conversation about research, starting a lab, and her career path! Click here to listen!

Check out our new review on the Lung Lymphatics! Great work by Anjali Trivedi!

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Congrats Stephanie and Sofia on their excellent poster at the Weill Cornell Premedical Student Conference! Well done!

Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program Annual Meeting

Dr. Outtz Reed presenting her work at the annual AMFDP meeting! An exceptional meeting with exceptional scholars!

Congrats to first author Barbara Summers on this latest publication from the Outtz Reed lab. This important work is the first to describe lymphatic dysfunction and thrombosis in COPD. Shout out to our collaborators Laura Santambrogio and Katharina Maisel for their critical contributions to this work. This is the just the beginning of our explorations of the role of lymphatic thrombosis in lung disease! Link to paper here.



We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic scientists to join our team. Applicants should have a passion for science and multidisciplinary approaches. Background in vascular biology or lung biology required. Determination, positive attitude, and track record of productivity and collaboration are critical. Women and applicants from diverse background and particularly encouraged to apply. Inquires can be sent directly to hho2001@med.cornell.edu. Full job posting can be found here:

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