Columbia University’s Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center won best in competition in the 2017 American Institute of Architects New York Design Awards.
The antidepressant fluoxetine decreases bone density, but a new CUMC study suggests adding a beta-blocker to treatment can prevent the loss of bone.
The 2016 Horwitz Prize winners studied how molecules can regulate the structure, behavior, and activity of DNA without modifying its genetic code.
A study by Mailman researchers shows an uneven picture of states’ use of Medicaid to help families with young children gain access to mental health services.
Metformin reduces weight gain in children with autism who also take an antipsychotic, researchers at Columbia and other centers have found.
New findings suggest that most Americans with depression receive no treatment, and overtreatment of depression may also be widespread.
A lightning-fast camera paired with an electron microscope has enabled Columbia scientists to capture images of one of the smallest proteins in our cells.
A type of heart failure caused by a build-up of amyloid can be accurately diagnosed and prognosticated with an imaging technique, eliminating the need for a biopsy.
In a very severe, genetic form of microcephaly, stem cells in the brain fail to divide, according to a new study that may provide important clues to understanding how the Zika virus affects the developing brain.
We talked to Dr. Goldman about how hospitalists contribute to inpatient care and why there are now more than 50,000 of these medical professionals in hospitals across the country.
The use of power morcellators dramatically declined after federal warnings that the device could spread cancer, according to a Journal of the American Medical Association study.