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A cost-effectiveness study led by a Columbia medical student suggests liquid biopsies are not yet up to the task of screening for colon cancer.
Understanding early human embryogenesis demands human models, says Columbia's Mijo Simunovic, who is creating such models from human stem cells.
The CUIMC community enjoyed live music, warm soup, and winter squash at the Annual Fall Festival. Festival attendees also donated to the Helping Hands Annual Food Drive, ongoing through Nov. 21.
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According to Kimberly Kleinman, a psychologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression with a seasonal pattern.
CUIMC held its second Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Summit on Nov. 2, bringing together the university community to engage with pressing topics related to diversity and inclusion.
An emergency medicine doctor interested in the genomics of deafness and a pediatrician who hopes to use new redox therapies are among the full-time faculty who joined VP&S in August 2023.
Columbia University and CUIMC announce multi-pronged plan to address past abuses of Robert Hadden and support survivors.
Columbia faculty Kiran Thakur, Ana Navas-Acien, Susan Rosenthal, Magdalena Sobieszczyk, and Timothy Wang were recognized for their guidance and support of students, fellows, and colleagues.
Thirty years ago, scientists led by Nancy Wexler identified the gene that causes Huntington's disease, along the way inventing technologies since deployed to understand other hereditary diseases.