A week before graduating, Columbia medical students in the VP&S Class of 2018 led a health and wellness fair at the Fort Washington Men’s Shelter.
Wendy Chung, MD, PhD, a pioneer at Columbia in using genetics in the clinic, talks about the next frontier in precision medicine.
New York state eliminated mother-to-child HIV transmission after once having one of the world's highest rates of such transmission. Dr. Stephen Nicholas says this success offers a blueprint for countries around the world.
Open-source library describes nearly 43,000 effects on the human body.
A new study of Alzheimer's in people with Down Syndrome may lead to tests that detect Alzheimer's early.
In a panel discussion, Columbia faculty share insights into how precision medicine can be applied to the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
A study provides new insights into the development of mood disorders and may aid in designing improved therapies.
Robert Burke, Andrea Califano, Michael Shadlen, and Steven Siegelbaum from Columbia University Medical Center were elected AAAS Fellows in 2015.
Applications are being accepted until Dec. 20 for the next class of Columbia Public Voices Fellows.
New study proves that sense of taste is hardwired in the brain, independent of learning or experience.
Yale endocrinologist Robert Stanley Sherwin presented with Columbia’s top diabetes research prize.