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.
CUMC leadership and donors broke ground for construction of the Medical and Graduate Education Building in a Sept. 16 ceremony.
In a JAMA Viewpoint, Jeffrey Lieberman, MD, says disability in people with schizophrenia may be preventable, but health systems must change their focus to early intervention.
The case for reducing dietary salt: We need to weigh the scientific evidence, costs, likely benefits, and possible unintended consequences.
On National Celiac Awareness Day, our CUMC experts debunk myths and misconceptions about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S) has launched a three-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program for PhD-trained biological scientists.
A new genetic test may help determine which men with early prostate cancer can avoid surgery or other invasive treatment.
National Science Foundation fellow Kate Stafford is working to enrich our understanding of how proteins balance stability and flexibility, with the help of Anton—a supercomputer that performs molecular dynamics simulations.
Scientists estimate a minimum of 320,000 undiscovered viruses in mammals. Knowledge of them could aid early detection and mitigation of disease outbreaks in humans.
The new Irving Radiation Oncology Center, a 12,500-square-foot facility, provides leading-edge precision radiation therapies and the most advanced diagnostic imaging for children and adults with cancer.
The workplace presents many obstacles to healthy eating, but with a little planning, they can be predicted and managed.