Joachim Frank, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, is honored in Times Square.
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.
The Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Infant Cardiac Unit is a state-of-the-art, 17-bed unit staffed by a multidisciplinary team of specialists in neonatal cardiac intensive care.
Research suggests that high-level visual features are recalled before simple details, offering new insights into human perception.
Columbia researchers have identified cells that give rise to Barrett’s esophagus, a precursor to esophageal cancer, the fastest-growing cancer in the United States.
The funds will support recruitment and career development for professors, doctoral, and postdoctoral students who traditionally have been underrepresented in higher education.
Riders, sponsors, volunteers, and friends joined forces for Velocity, Columbia's Ride to End Cancer, in support of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Hundreds of students and colleagues gathered on Oct. 5 to congratulate Joachim Frank on winning the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
With the use of personalized clinical trials, Karina Davidson hopes to upend the way new drugs are tested and revolutionize the practice of medicine.
Joachim Frank discusses the call from Sweden and his work using cryo-electron microscopy to reveal the three-dimensional shapes of biological molecules.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 was awarded to Joachim Frank, PhD, professor of biochemistry & molecular biophysics and of biological sciences, Richard Henderson, and Jacques Dubochet for developing cryo-electron microscopy.