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    NPR: Morning Edition
    January 20, 2022

    Today, Carl Erik Fisher is in recovery and is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University.

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    Los Angeles Times (video)
    January 19, 2022

    Dr. Maura Boldrini, a neuroscientist at Columbia University, says new research could have far-reaching implications for other mental illnesses beyond COVID.

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    CBS Evening News
    January 12, 2022

    Editor's Note: Sandra Comer, interviewed here, is a professor of neurobiology in the Department of Psychiatry.

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    The New York Times
    January 10, 2022

    Editor's Note: Craig Spencer, the author of this article, is an associate professor of emergency medicine and of population and family health.

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    The New York Times
    January 6, 2022

    Editor's Note: Jeffrey Shaman, the author of this article, is a professor of environmental health sciences at the Mailman School.

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    The New York Times
    January 1, 2022

    In the marijuana industry, “the science is very far behind the marketing and the public consumption,” said Margaret Haney, director of the Cannabis Research Laboratory at Columbia University.

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    The New York Times
    December 16, 2021

    We experience emotions for a reason, said Jeffrey Cohen, a clinical psychologist and psychiatry professor at Columbia University.

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    The Wall Street Journal
    December 14, 2021

    “That’s what makes this continued loss of life so tragic,” said Wafaa El-Sadr, a professor of epidemiology and medicine at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

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    The New York Times
    December 13, 2021

    When a healthy fibroid is not getting enough blood flow it “stops growing and shrinks,” and can become very painful, said Dr. Hilda Hutcherson of Columbia University.

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    The Wall Street Journal
    December 9, 2021

    “It’s right for [the companies] to prepare an Omicron vaccine, but whether this original antigenic sin is going to come into play or not, it’s got to be tested,” said David Ho of Columbia University.

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