Researchers have developed three-dimensional “mini organs,” made from stem cells, that could be used to model lung diseases.
CUMC experts in infectious disease and public health are keeping the public informed about the outbreak and the potential of the virus to spread.
The new 2014 Irving Scholars are Siddhartha Mukherjee, Carolyn Rodriguez, Bret Rutherford, and Anne-Catrin Uhlemann.
A Columbia Nursing study found that eHealth interventions are associated with reductions in risky sexual behaviors and increases in HIV testing among men who have sex with men.
P&S systems biologists dive into huge databases of genomes, proteins, and metabolites to find new ways to target the world’s most deadly pathogens.
Kawasaki disease, the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children, may be caused by fungal particles or toxins carried on wind currents from northeastern China to Japan.