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An innovative program at the Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders uses VR therapy to help youth with social anxiety disorder.
Students from University Heights High School in the Bronx got hands-on research experience in a new summer program launched by Columbia's Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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Source:PBS Newshour OnlineJuly 26, 2022
“One of the issues for epidemiologists is thinking about whether maybe [MPV] sustains itself better in the human population than we realize,” said Stephen Morse.
Source:Bloomberg: Balance of Power (podcast)July 25, 2022
Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, professor of epidemiology and medicine at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, discusses the monkeypox outbreak.
Source:Oprah DailyJuly 21, 2022
The phones were ringing off the hook,” says Judy Wolfe, senior associate dean of student affairs at the Columbia University School of Nursing.
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- July 5, 2022
The latest omicron subvariants—especially the currently dominant BA.4 and BA.5 forms—are even better at eluding vaccines and most treatments, find researchers at Columbia University.
- June 28, 2022
Community outreach and restricting online scheduling to certain zip codes helped increase vaccine uptake among Black and Hispanic residents, new study says.
- June 27, 2022
Columbia scientists have joined a regional consortium to accelerate the development of new drugs that target SARS-CoV-2, other coronaviruses, and viruses that could lead to future pandemics.
- June 23, 2022
Researchers have found why cancer cells in oxygen-depleted environments are forced to rely on fat imports, a finding that could lead to new ways to understand and slow down tumor growth.
- June 17, 2022
Columbia cancer researchers are using systems biology to tackle the complexity of cancer and improve treatment.
- July 1, 2022
Models that perform statistical analyses of hundreds of visual clues point the way to understanding how our brains give us the ability to distinguish faces.
- May 24, 2022
A gene called FMNL2 may explain why people with hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, or obesity have a greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
- 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.
- July 29, 2022
Now a thriving 19-year-old, the pediatric heart transplant patient offers hope to others.
- May 17, 2022
A combination of genetic and lab testing could identify 1 million Americans who are at risk of early death from heart disease because they carry a gene that causes high cholesterol.
- 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.
- July 18, 2022
Columbia's MD/MPH graduates use their dual degrees in myriad ways, including politics, city government, and NGOs.
- July 7, 2022
The larger than previously recognized disparities in air pollution in communities where most Americans live may have implications for persistent racial health disparities in the United States.
- August 3, 2022
Columbia research led to the first systemic treatment specifically developed for severe alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss.