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As members of a Testing Innovation Council, Mailman scientists helped evaluate diagnostic technologies to support the city’s need for rapid testing.
Wafaa El-Sadr, a professor of epidemiology at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, said that positive cases were to be expected, … albeit at a low level.
Thirty-seven graduate students at CUIMC presented their research projects, conducted remotely this year, at the annual symposium organized by the Program for Education in Global and Population Health.
A panel discussion held in observance of National Physician Suicide Awareness Day on Sept. 17 highlighted the legacy of Dr. Lorna Breen and the ongoing fight to curb physician suicide.
Months after recovering from a mild case of COVID-19, even healthy young adults are experiencing memory problems, fatigue, mood changes, and other neurological and psychiatric issues.
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, CUIMC News is featuring profiles of faculty members who are helping the medical center achieve excellence in research, education, and patient care.
“Once they get in their parents’ home, obviously their autonomy and privacy changes,” said Dr. David Bell, a professor of pediatrics and population and family health at Columbia University.
View the CUIMC Update, a weekly e-newsletter featuring medical center news and the accomplishments of our faculty, staff, and trainees.
A new intrauterine device rapidly controlled bleeding in women with postpartum hemorrhage, a leading cause of maternal death, Columbia researchers have found.
“If you do these types of phased reopenings, there are going to be increases in transmission,” said Jeff Shaman, who is part of a team working with the city to predict the path of the outbreak.