Columbia’s 2013 Horwitz winners: Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser & John O’Keefe for findings that could lead to new Alzheimer’s treatments.
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have devised a hair restoration method that can generate new human hair growth, rather than simply redistribute hair from one part of the scalp to another.
Wei Min, PhD, has found a way to monitor how living cells make proteins, which may open doors to answering enduring questions in neuroscience about the molecular nature of memory.
Hormone from skeleton alters brain, memory, and mood.
For one weekend this November, approximately 50 members of the CUMC community, including students, staff, and faculty, spent nine hours on a Saturday and all morning and early afternoon on a Sunday playing Beethoven.
Tanya Kent-James loves working with people in transition. At work, she handles housing; off the clock, she helps women recover from abuse.
For the first time, scientists have successfully transformed human stem cells into functional lung and airway cells.
When Jeremiah Johnson explored HIV on a national level, he realized that the fear and shame he had experienced in his personal journey with HIV was only amplified in conversations surrounding the disease.