A new targeted therapy for hard-to-treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia appears to have fewer side effects than a previous therapy.
Neurologist Scott A. Small participated in a Kavli Foundation roundtable on the link between the brain's ability to make new cells and age-related memory loss.
Dr. Ali G. Gharavi, a leading kidney disease researcher, has been appointed chief of nephrology at NewYork-Presbyterian/CUMC.
Dr. Wahida Karmally offers guidance on how to safely incorporate fats into a healthy diet.
Scientists studying Parkinson's disease rely on the generous donation of brains by patients—as well as some family members—to brain banks.
In recognition of National Public Health Week, CUMC congratulates the Mailman School of Public Health on the success of its multiple missions.
Columbia scientists reveal how touch cells just beneath the skin's surface create our ability to feel fine details and texture.
Medical students competed for school research honors at the annual P&S Student Research Day.
Alfred Neugut, MD, PhD, says it may be time to make aspirin a part of the conventional standard of care for colon cancer.
Twenty-six members of P&S Class of 2014 have been elected to Alpha Omega Alpha.
P&S, through its Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, will present the 36th annual multicultural recruitment day conference April 5.