Columbia University Medical Center

The Columbia University Medical Center located in New York City is comprised of four academic schools, The College of Physicians & Surgeons including biomedical departments of the graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, College of Dental Medicine and the School of Nursing. The total student enrollment is approximately 3,500. The 3-prong mission of Columbia University Medical Center is to train health care professionals, conduct basic research with the purpose of translating discoveries into new techniques for treating disease and improving health and initiate breakthrough medical technologies like developing the first blood test for cancer, the first medical use of the laser, and the first successful transfer of genes from one cell to another.

630 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032
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A medical pop-up book from the 17th century

Archives & Special Collections at Columbia University's Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library announced the digitization of an important anatomical flap book - an early attempt to represent the three dimensionality of ...

dateJan 08, 2016 in Other
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DNA nanorobots find and tag cellular targets

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center, working with their collaborators at the Hospital for Special Surgery, have created a fleet of molecular "robots" that can home in on specific human cells and mark them for ...

dateAug 07, 2013 in Bio & Medicine
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