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SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, likely does not directly infect the brain but can still inflict significant neurological damage
During March, Women’s History Month, CUMC is sharing the stories of some of the many women who are spearheading innovation through research, patient care, and education.
The NIH Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19 Disparities focuses on addressing misinformation around COVID-19
“Those with underlying heart failure could still have a more severe case of covid than those without heart failure, but the vaccine should protect
Dr. Williams featured on PBS Nightly News for his untiring work on vaccination advocacy and his history of health activism.
Many women have made deep and lasting imprints on Columbia University Irving Medical Center over the years.
Keynote Address by William Turner, MD – “The History of African American Medicine at CUIMC”
About 60% of cancer patients treated with chemotherapy develop painful nerve damage but no drugs exist to prevent this complication.
Dr. Olajide Williams, Chief of Staff of Neurology at Columbia University and Founder of Hip Hop Public Health, discusses racial disparities in the distribution of Covid vaccines.
The vaccination site, part of the NewYork-Presbyterian vaccination effort, opened at the Armory on Jan. 14.