A test developed by Columbia University researchers is the first that simultaneously tests for Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and West Nile viruses.
Two Columbia Public Health professors find that a global health model for reducing maternal mortality has broad health-care benefits.
Four CUMC students have been chosen as ICAP’s Next Generation interns with assignments in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, and Mozambique.
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.
A New England Journal of Medicine Perspective calls for academic institutions to foster research in implementation science and advance research to confront global challenges.
Midwifes from Columbia University School of Nursing are working in Bangladesh to reduce that country's maternal death rate.