They started medical school in August 2013. Now, Columbia medical students in the Class of 2017 make the transition from classroom studies to instruction in clinical settings.
The Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, newly renamed in honor of Roy and Diana Vagelos, will replace loans with scholarships for medical students with financial need.
Preventing two of the most common health care-associated infections—bloodstream infections caused by central lines and pneumonia caused by ventilators—can increase the odds that these patients survive.
Study by Melissa Stockwell, MD, MPH, found that text message reminders helped increase young children's likelihood of receiving second dose of flu vaccine.
Columbia’s neurology department launches new research division to study outcomes as more treatments become available to help neurological patients.
Interdisciplinary dermatology research is helping advance understanding of conditions like alopecia areata, epidermolysis bullosa, and skin cancer.
Among the P&S faculty and students are many exceptional military veterans whose experience drives their careers.
Helen H. Lu and her research team specialize in growing multiple tissues to build functional organ systems that assimilate with the body.
Setting goals or making resolutions is a great idea—as long as you do so in a way that makes success more likely.
Find out what’s been going on across campus. All four schools recently published new CUMC magazines.
The two schools will jointly study physical activity and how the built environment can support physically active lifestyles.