P&S students practice everything from taking medical histories—with actors playing the part of “standardized patients”—to resuscitation on high-tech mannequins.
A new study, involving roundworms, shows that starvation induces specific changes in so-called small RNAs and that these changes are inherited through at least three consecutive generations, without any DNA involvement.
A three-day symposium organized by the Columbia Aging Center at the Mailman School in concert with Columbia School of Journalism brought together leading experts on aging and journalists who cover the issue.
Institute of Medicine report calls into question the millions of dollars spent on service members’ mental health.
A Columbia Nursing study found that eHealth interventions are associated with reductions in risky sexual behaviors and increases in HIV testing among men who have sex with men.
A Mailman student helped a community health center translate complex health information into accessible writing for its website.
When a CUMC office is renovated, gently used furniture goes to local community partners, thanks to a CUMC program developed by Facilities Management.
The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs helps students to experience, celebrate, and appreciate the multicultural nature of their classmates, patients, and neighbors.
“NY Med” follows patients, loved ones, and those caring for them at NYP/CUMC. The season premieres on ABC on June 26, 2014, at 10 p.m.
For the first time, a therapy has been found that can delay progression of metastatic uveal melanoma, a rare and deadly form of melanoma of the eye.
Two Columbia Public Health professors find that a global health model for reducing maternal mortality has broad health-care benefits.