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A new initiative led by Columbia University and the n-Lorem Foundation will develop personalized therapies for individuals with "nano-rare" genetic forms of ALS and treat them for free, for life.
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Source:BloombergMay 12, 2022
“There is very little distinction between miscarriage treatment and induced abortion at really any time during gestation,” said Carolyn Westhoff, an OB-GYN at Columbia University’s medical school.
Source:The Washington PostMay 10, 2022
“Brain injury is cumulative, and it starts sooner than we think,” says Mitch Elkind, professor of neurology and epidemiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Source:U.S. News & World ReportMay 5, 2022
“The escalating number of deaths during the pandemic made grief more common and more talked about in the mainstream media,” says Dr. Katherine Shear, professor of psychiatry at Columbia University.
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- March 22, 2022
On March 28, world leaders and global health experts will gather for Columbia University’s second annual Virtual Symposium on Vaccines and Global Health.
- March 15, 2022
COVID patients who remain unresponsive after receiving respiratory support may require long time periods to regain consciousness; delays are related to blood oxygen levels.
- April 20, 2022
Columbia cancer researchers estimate that 60% of patients in a phase 2 clinical trial will have no sign of their cancer two years after treatment with combination therapy.
- April 11, 2022
Heavy ions could radically improve radiation therapy for cancer treatment, but research is needed to understand how they work. With the aid of a new instrument at Columbia, scientists aim to find out.
- March 17, 2022
A new Columbia study shows that the movement of calcium within neurons boosts learning, revealing a basic principle of memory encoding in the brain.
- March 7, 2022
A newly discovered protein tangle has been associated with multiple neurodegenerative diseases and may have a role in causing the diseases.
- April 15, 2022
The Columbia Hypertension Center has been certified by the American Heart Association, recognition that Columbia is a leader in the care of patients with high blood pressure.
- March 15, 2022
Internationally renowned “surgeon’s surgeon” is known for his skill in highly complex cases.
- February 28, 2022
Heart disease is the No. 1 one cause of death in American women, yet most are unaware of the risks and most cardiovascular studies are about men.
- May 5, 2022
Demographically younger nations have a higher aging burden than previously thought and need new policies to prevent large numbers of people from leaving the workforce due to ill health.
- April 12, 2022
Mailman School of Public Health Dean Linda P. Fried has received an Association of American Physicians’ medal in recognition of her groundbreaking contributions to the science of healthy aging.
- April 7, 2022
Using community wastewater surveillance records, Columbia public health researchers found that Hispanic neighborhoods had the highest levels of uranium, selenium, barium, chromium, and arsenic.
- May 12, 2022
Forty-two clinical faculty members were inducted into the Academy of Clinical Excellence in recognition of their outstanding patient care.