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Columbia’s Black Undergraduate Mentorship Program in the Biological Sciences—BUMP Bio—helps budding scientists take their first steps toward a career in science.
Bad weather forced the cancellation of the in-person cycling fundraiser, but participants organized their own bike rides and raised $1.1 million for cancer research and patient care at Columbia.
The Columbia University Irving Medical Center community enjoyed live music, warm soup, and winter squash at the Annual Fall Festival.
Columbia sports medicine chief, Christopher Ahmad, who has treated some World Cup players, talks about injuries in his favorite sport.
The diminished power of the immune system in older adults is usually blamed on the aging process. A new study shows that decades of inhaled particulates due to air pollution also take a toll.
Initial reports of the bivalent booster’s effectiveness have created confusion among the public. David Ho discusses his own results, the bottom line, and what to expect from COVID this winter.
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The flood of patients that sexual health clinics saw this summer has slowed to a trickle, said Dr. Jason Zucker, an infectious disease specialist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Jan Hilgeman is one of the rare long-term survivors of pancreatic cancer, and Columbia researchers are now studying her cells in hopes of developing a potential treatment for others with the disease.
Chronic liver disease is surging in the United States. No group is more affected than Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).