New findings that overturn a theory about the brain and the immune system suggest Parkinson’s may be an autoimmune disease.
Columbia scientists reveal how touch cells just beneath the skin’s surface create our ability to feel fine details and texture.
The Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library is hosting the exhibit “Opening Doors: Contemporary African-American Academic Surgeons.”
Psychiatrist Mark Olfson suggests suicide prevention efforts should be focused on specific periods of high risk.
This year’s Gerstner Scholars will study heart disease, obesity-associated asthma, preterm labor and birth, and celiac disease.
People who are hospitalized unexpectedly in the ICU are more likely to be diagnosed with a psychiatric illness after discharge.