A Columbia study in rats helps explain why an early exposure to alcohol can increase a person's vulnerability to developing addiction to cocaine.
Irving Family’s $700 Million Bequest to Columbia and NYP Sets Stage for Dramatic Advances in Cancer Research and Care
Columbia University and NYP announced today that Florence Irving and her late husband, Herbert Irving, have given $700 million to the two institutions to dramatically advance research and clinical programs for the treatment of cancer.
Using powerful new imaging technology, Columbia scientists peered into a 30 nanometer-wide space between two cell organelles to find an elusive tethering protein.
From 2005 to 2015, depression rose significantly among Americans age 12 and older, according to researchers at the Mailman School of Public Health and CUNY.
On Nov. 2, the Empire State Building was lit blue to mark the 250th anniversary of Columbia medical school’s first day of classes in 1767.
A chair has been named for the new Department of Emergency Medicine in the College of Physicians & Surgeons. Angela Mills, MD, also will be director of emergency services for the Columbia campus of NewYork-Presbyterian.
Columbia is helping to enroll 1 million Americans in “All of Us,” a large-scale effort to accelerate the medical research that will lead to individualized health care.
Americans using public water systems were exposed to significantly less arsenic after EPA regulations on maximum levels of arsenic were implemented in 2006.
Researchers may have found a way to treat insulin resistance, a precursor to type 2 diabetes, while avoiding side effects such as weight gain.
Columbia scientists received a $15.3 million BRAIN Initiative award to decipher how the brain guides movement, one of neuroscience’s most fundamental questions.
In their datathon debut, two doctoral students in biostatistics beat the clock and impress the judges with their insights into the sharing economy.