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Columbia's Andrea Califano will lead the new Chan Zuckerberg Biohub New York in its mission to harness and engineer immune cells for the early detection and eradication of human disease.
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A surgeon with a graduate degree in medical education and an emergency medicine physician with an interest in virtual reality research are among the new full-time faculty who joined VP&S in July 2023.
“Next to air,” water is “really the most important thing for maintenance of your health,” said Tsion Firew, a physician at Columbia University who has worked on water access in humanitarian settings.
The award recognizes individuals who have advanced our understanding of cancer genetics.
CUIMC hosted a community celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Oct. 11 on Haven Plaza, featuring food, dance performances, and trivia.
By identifying hidden regulators in each person’s cancer, researchers can identify the best drugs for that patient.
Jan Claassen, director of critical care neurology at Columbia University/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, was determined to make CMD diagnosis simpler.
A new study of sleep in women shows that delaying bedtime by just 90 minutes each night damages cells that line the blood vessels, supporting the hypothesis that poor sleep is linked to heart health.