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In its third year, Velocity, Columbia's Ride to End Cancer surpassed previous fundraising records to support cancer research and patient care at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Epic Excellence honorees go above and beyond to help their teams prepare for the transition to our new electronic medical record and business platform.
CUIMC will host a welcome event in Haven Plaza, where the Bollard Beautification Project by local artist Emely Perez will be unveiled.
- March 13, 2019
Angela Christiano, a professor of genetics and dermatology at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, is performing boundary-shattering research motivated by a personal story.
- March 12, 2019
If you ever wish you had a place where your inner artist could shine, you might want to check this out.
- March 12, 2019
Here are tips to help our new colleagues hit the ground running.
- March 7, 2019
Cory Abate-Shen, PhD, distinguished cancer researcher and AAAS Fellow, has advanced our understanding of the molecular causes of cancer development and progression.
- March 4, 2019
Sidney Hankerson is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons (VP&S).
- March 1, 2019
Many women connected to CUIMC have made deep and lasting imprints over the years. Meet some of the remarkable clinicians, educators, scientists, and alumni from throughout history.
- February 27, 2019
More than 120 students from 10 medical schools attended a 2019 conference focused on “Free Clinics as Safe Spaces for Vulnerable Populations.” Danny Neghassi, MD’11, gave the keynote address.
- February 22, 2019
Columbia physician William Turner, MD, received a VP&S Award for Excellence for his efforts to recruit residents from underrepresented groups to Columbia’s internal medicine residency.
- January 18, 2019
Vagelos student Emery Jamerson’19 received the 2018 Dr. David K. McDonogh Scholarship in Ophthalmology/ENT, named for the first black Columbia-trained doctor in New York.