CUMC’s Summer Program for Underrepresented Students celebrated its 15th anniversary this summer with one of its largest classes in the program’s history.
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.
A strong connection between daily e-cigarette use and smoking cessation suggests e-cigarettes may help smokers quit, but more research is needed.
Higher up-front costs for intensive blood pressure control are outweighed by long-term cardiac benefits, shows study.
Comprehensive sex education helps young people remain abstinent, while abstinence-only education does not, says a new review from Mailman researchers.
Memories "lost" to Alzheimer's disease may just be hard to retrieve, suggests a new study by neuroscientists at Columbia University Medical Center.
CUMC ophthalmologist Tongalp Tezel has tips to protect your vision during a solar eclipse, including why taking a selfie with the sun is a bad idea.
On Tuesday, learn more about the NIH's All of Us project, an effort to gather genetic and health data from 1 million Americans to accelerate research and improve health.
A new clinical trial will determine if the drug apixaban can prevent recurrent strokes in people with atrial cardiopathy.
The 152 members of the Class of 2021 received their white coats on a date of historical meaning during the 250th anniversary of P&S.
A test developed by Columbia University researchers is the first that simultaneously tests for Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and West Nile viruses.