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An online COVID-19 course on Aug. 24 and 25 offered by the Mailman School of Public Health will introduce participants to a variety of topics about the novel coronavirus.
The pandemic forced Columbia's cancer center to move its science outreach program online, but the new programming succeeded in giving more students an authentic experience of medical research.
Columbia University Irving Medical Center students have found various ways to help their fellow health professionals respond to the pandemic.
Match Day celebrations were held online this year, but the tradition of Columbia University medical students matching to stellar residencies held strong.
Taking care of his mother during her battle with lung cancer gave David Hankins first-hand experience with the stress endured by caregivers.
As a nontraditional medical student, Randall Lee was worried he was too old for medical school and that he wouldn't fit in.
From a former professional ballet dancer to a history buff who decided at age 5 to become a doctor, each member of the diverse Class of 2016 has a unique story.
Medicine was the only career Hasani Swindell ruled out during his youth, but the doctors who cared for a family member changed his mind.
Graduation ceremonies for students in the Class of 2016 at Columbia University Medical will be live streamed.
View up-to-date information about commencement events, including schedules, campus access points, maps, and other details.
Growing up in Queens, one of the country's most diverse counties, set Angelina Gomes' interest in health disparities in the United States and abroad.
After three years in finance, Brian Fallon came to P&S and found the combination of math, science, and helping people he didn’t realize he was looking for.
When her father developed heart failure during Ani Nalbandian’s rotation in the cardiac care unit, her own questions about his condition led her into the lab.
Seventy Columbia medical students presented their research to faculty during P&S Student Research Day.