A CUMC-led study finds that acupuncture can reduce the joint pain caused by aromatase inhibitors, a drug taken by two-thirds of all breast cancer patients.
The Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, newly renamed in honor of Roy and Diana Vagelos, will replace loans with scholarships for medical students with financial need.
Three staff members—one from CUMC administration, one from the School of Nursing, and one from the College of Dental Medicine—were recognized for their teamwork.
In the 1819 manuscript, Dr. Bard discusses medical school coursework, the cost of medical education, and the importance of faculty being affiliated with a public hospital.
A study finds that DNA sequencing can be used to identify the genetic cause of chronic kidney disease, potentially affecting treatment.
A new study finds that periodically reanalyzing epilepsy patients' DNA may aid in diagnosis and treatment.
Exposure to air pollution is associated with osteoporosis-related bone fractures and loss of bone mineral density, Mailman researchers have found.
One student's research could inform the development of an HIV vaccine. Theodora Karagounis also has gained experience caring for patients at Columbia's student-run clinics.
The first human heart transplant took place 50 years ago in South Africa, but Columbia was among a handful of places that helped the field mature.
More than half of those who died of an opioid overdose had chronic pain, psychiatric disorders, finds a new study at Columbia University.
Microscopic data recorder takes advantage of CRISPR to monitor biological surroundings.