A new targeted therapy for hard-to-treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia appears to have fewer side effects than a previous therapy.
Decision-making accuracy can be improved by postponing the onset of a decision by a mere fraction of a second.
A model shows that a combination of four approaches could reduce the spread of HIV among drug users in NYC by more than 60 percent by 2040.
Saeed Tavazoie says the new methods of systems biology are forcing scientists to think in new ways.
Dr. Lori Zeltser talks about her research findings, which may lead to a change in approaches to treating childhood obesity.
CUMC Celebrates acknowledges faculty, staff, and students at CUMC who receive major research grants or earn prestigious honors, as well as gifts made by donors.
Columbia Nursing study indicates that new diagnosis guidelines for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may reduce by almost one third the number of people diagnosed with an ASD.
Three-quarters of camels in Saudi Arabia have evidence of the deadly virus behind Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, finds a study by the Center for Infection and Immunity.
From March 18–April 26, the Hammer Health Sciences Library will host a traveling exhibit from the National Library of Medicine on prominent early African-American surgeons.
The underpinnings of eating disorders may lie in altered brain circuits similar to those in people with substance abuse problems.
A small region of the hippocampus known as CA2 is essential for social memory, the ability of an animal to recognize another of the same species.