Researchers from Columbia College of Dental Medicine have identified stem cells in the jaw bone that can make new cartilage and repair damaged joints.
Stem cells created from the skin of patients with a rare form of diabetes have been used to elucidate an important biochemical pathway for beta-cell failure in diabetes.
The discovery of progenitor cells in the bladder could lead to new ways to treat chronic bladder pain.
Study of insulin-producing cells derived from skin of diabetes patients shows utility of iPS cells for study of human disease and as potential therapy.
Four young physician-researchers at P&S have received research funding from the Louis V. Gerstner Jr. Scholar Program.
Columbia's Thomas Jessell has been honored by MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research with its 2013 Edward M. Scolnick Prize in Neuroscience.