As graduates receive diplomas across the country or deliver speeches to fellow classmates, a familiar feeling often accompanies the pomp and circumstance. What exactly does it mean to have butterflies in your stomach?
A thumb-sized hearing aid worn behind the ear and held in place by a small magnet is available at NY-Presbyterian/Columbia to those who cannot wear conventional hearing aids.
Allergens? No. Inflammation? No. An over-active gene that interrupts lipid synthesis appears to be the cause of 20-30% childhood asthma cases.
Columbia University data shows that purified components of ginger may help asthma patients breathe more easily – results to be confirmed in future clinical trials.
As the first and only grad of a new dual degree program, Tener Huang did as much to shape the program as it did to shape her.
New computational tool translates complex data into 2-dimensional images; may allow doctors to track cancer progression.
More than 1,000 CUMC students graduate in ceremonies this week. Join us in congratulating our Class of 2013.
Columbia licenses 3-D organ and tumor imaging software that aids in planning cancer surgeries and radiation treatments to Varian Medical Systems.