A new targeted therapy for hard-to-treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia appears to have fewer side effects than a previous therapy.
The Columbia Combined Cancer Panel has been granted full approval by the New York State Department of Health.
Columbia will award the 2015 Horwitz Prize to S. Lawrence Zipursky, for discovering a molecular identification system that helps neurons to wire the brain.
Columbia Nursing's e-linc initiative, which aims to eliminate health disparities in elder LGBT population, met its goal of linking 100 patients with LGBT-friendly providers.
Mailman researchers find that teens had twice the odds of being nicotine dependent if one of their parents was nicotine dependent.
Columbia pediatric orthopedic surgeon David P. Roye is part of a team that has designed a flexible brace with sensors to help its users with everyday activities.
Dr. Naiyer Rizvi, director of thoracic oncology at CUMC, offers updates on immune checkpoint inhibitors in certain forms of lung cancers.
A new digital platform aims to provoke cross-disciplinary conversation, offering a fresh take on public health education.
South Korean officials visited Mailman's National Center for Children in Poverty, where they learned about unique challenges for children in the United States.
Columbia neuroscientist and Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel visits a high school in Ahrensburg, Germany, that was named in his honor.
People with ADHD are more likely to smoke and have a harder time quitting. Lirio Covey, PhD, explains how her recent research may help.