2017 Naomi Berrie Award winner Bradford B. Lowell, MD, PhD is an innovator in creating cutting-edge genetic engineering and neuroscience techniques to study energy balance and obesity.
Researchers have found a way to identify disease-causing genetic mutations in the non-coding region of the genome, which has been uninterpretable until now.
New research at Columbia University Medical Center has revealed how special molecules help the tongue communicate with the brain to identify the correct taste. Using this knowledge, scientists were able rewire the taste system of mice.
Using a noninvasive test developed at Columbia, older TAVR patients with an unusual heart failure pattern were found to have cardiac amyloidosis.
In 1767, the governors of King's College unanimously approved a petition from New York physicians to establish the medical school that would become P&S.
Columbia neurologist Denise Chou, MD, explains a new breakthrough in headache medicine: the first targeted preventive therapy for migraine.