Many of CUMC's top stories of the year happened outside our labs and classrooms. This Year in Review 2014 revisits some of the campus news highlights.
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.
The year’s top stories in video included Ebola, 3-D printing, aging interventions, autism, and hair growth. More videos are available on CUMC YouTube channels.
Articles about hair regeneration, cocoa and memory, and flu forecasting are among the most-viewed research stories on CUMC websites.
The new treatment for basal cell nevus syndrome, also called Gorlin syndrome, springs from an unlikely location: Idaho’s mountain pastures.
Columbia-led study identifies patterns of prescribing Xanax, Valium, Ativan, and other benzodiazepines among adults.
In 2014, students in Columbia’s dental, medical, nursing, and public health schools pursued new academic programs, celebrated milestones, and helped others.
Researchers at CUMC have found that, in addition to gluten, the immune systems of patients with celiac disease react to specific types of non-gluten protein in wheat.
Columbia University Medical Center celebrates the lives and contributions of two students and several faculty members, from junior to emeritus ranks, who died this year.
Those who grow anxious in social situations may feel tremendous pressure about fulfilling holiday obligations, particularly workplace ones.
The talk was part of this year's Nobel Week Dialogue, a daylong event that aims to stimulate global dialogue between science and society.