Research shows that the kidney can sense bacterial infections in the bladder and launch an attack by flooding the urinary tract with an antimicrobial protein.
Dietary cocoa flavanols—naturally occurring bioactives found in cocoa—reversed age-related memory decline in healthy older adults, according to a study led by CUMC scientists.
Study compares robot-assisted surgery with conventional laparoscopic surgery for benign gynecologic conditions.
Columbia University will award the 2014 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize to James P. Allison, PhD, of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Study: Mothers and children who are overweight fail to recognize abnormal weight, which may lead to distorted perceptions of what is acceptable and healthy.
National magazine honors Columbia’s College of Dental Medicine for its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
A study that revealed the origins of the Askhenazi Jewish population will advance personalized medicine.
A nine-foot tall Buddha statue will spend five months in Mitchel Square Park as part of a 100-block art installation.
Newspaper coverage of a suicide can contribute to “suicide clusters.”
Dr. McKiernan is a nationally recognized leader in surgical therapies for bladder, kidney, prostate, and testicular cancers.
For a year, diabetes patient Doug Kanter tracked every blood sugar reading, every insulin dose, every meal, and all of his activity to produce the quintessential selfie.
A Columbia Nursing seminar brought together nurse practitioner, medical, and physical therapy students, to prepare them to offer coordinated care.
The tradition of donating stethoscopes to new students is still young at P&S, but it has been embraced by the school’s alumni.