A week before graduating, Columbia medical students in the VP&S Class of 2018 led a health and wellness fair at the Fort Washington Men’s Shelter.
Cardiologists have been advised to screen all heart attack patients for depression, but the evidence backing that advice is sparse.
New findings suggest that narrow-spectrum UV light could dramatically reduce surgical infections – which remain a serious and stubborn problem, killing up to 8,200 patients a year in the U.S. – without damaging human tissue
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.
Kim Morel-Betances, assistant director of patient access for ColumbiaDoctors, credits a childhood experience in a twirling and marching band with setting her on the path to success. That's why in her free time she co-founded a similar band for local youth.
Research to delay aging would have better population health and economic returns than advances in individual fatal diseases such as cancer or heart disease, according to Mailman study.
Maternal psychological distress combined with exposure to air pollution during pregnancy have an adverse impact on the child’s behavioral development, according to researchers at the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health at the Mailman School of Public Health.
Jim Rothman, adjunct professor of physiology and cellular biophysics at P&S, shares the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Drug use, especially when combined with alcohol, increases risk of fatal car crash involvement, according to Mailman study.
Remi Creusot has turned to crowdfunding to help make "super-educator" cells that can prevent the progression of type 1 diabetes.
A ColumbiaDoctors ER physician tells how she uses yoga techniques to help put patients at ease.