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Columbia will award the 2022 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize to Karl Deisseroth, Peter Hegemann, and Gero Miesenböck, for research that laid the foundation for the field of optogenetics.
A study of mice found that dietary sugar alters the gut microbiome, setting off a chain of events that leads to metabolic disease, pre-diabetes, and weight gain.
- August 17, 2022
A prenatal test developed by Columbia University researchers can determine if a fetus or embryo has the right number of chromosomes at a fraction of the time, cost of other genetic tests.
- August 3, 2022
Columbia research led to the first systemic treatment specifically developed for severe alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss.
- August 1, 2022
Columbia researchers have developed a new algorithm to better identify safety signals of prescribed drugs in different stages of childhood.
- July 25, 2022
Twenty years ago, Columbia scientists created a way to make neurons in a dish, a discovery that has led to clinical trials of an experimental drug that may slow the progression of ALS.
- July 13, 2022
Using EEG to identify covert consciousness in unresponsive brain-injured patients could help predict which ones may recover, find researchers at Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian.
- June 16, 2022
By analyzing thousands of genetic risk variants, a new algorithm developed by Columbia researchers may be able to predict your risk of developing chronic kidney disease decades before onset.