Urban Green Space

CIHF’s Associate Director Mardelle Shepley featured in article

Published: March 8, 2018 | Source: Times Union
I went to college in New York City in the early 1970s. The crime rate was very high during that period and, living as a poor student in underserved neighborhoods, I was personally a victim of violent crime on multiple occasions. The worst of these events was physically threatening and had life-long consequences. Apart ...
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San Diego Medical

CIHF’s Postdoctoral Associate Hessam Sadatsafavi featured in article

Published: April 11, 2017 | Source: Modern Healthcare
In 2011, Kaiser Permanente held a design competition for architects, engineers and students to submit their vision for the hospital of the future. The Small Hospital, Big Idea Competition resulted in over 100 proposals describing eco-conscious facilities that could leverage technology and sustainability in new ways to deliver high-quality healthcare. Five years later, a ...
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CSV17 Design Panel

CIHF’s Associate Director Mardelle McCuskey Shepley featured in Cornell Alumni article

Published: March 27, 2017 | Source: Alumni Affairs and Development (AAD)
Industry may someday build truly intelligent machines that can learn, behave, and make predictions like people do, said presenters at CSV17: Impact through Innovation, a conference hosted by Cornell Silicon Valley, but only after researchers can develop technology that is as complex as the systems of human biology. Nearly 500 Cornell alumni, parents and ...
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Cornell Seal

CIHF’s 2016 Empire State Healthcare Survey featured in article

Published: November 2, 2016 | Source: Cornell Chronicle
A painful, pre-existing condition – obsession over the cost of medical care and health insurance – makes the latest announcements of rising insurance rates a potent political issue, according to a survey that polled patients throughout New York state this year. The 2016 Empire State Healthcare Survey, conducted by the Cornell Institute for Healthy ...
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