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How the Irving Institute supports junior investigators with funding, resources and mentorship.
Interview with Hiral Shah, MD, assistant professor of neurology, about her work addressing the health disparities for Parkinson's disease diagnosis and treatment faced by minority communities.
Presented each year to faculty on the Columbia University Irving Medical Center campus in recognition of their outstanding guidance and support.
Source:Columbia University Irving Medical Center Newsroom
Research by Michael Rosenbaum and others has shown that losing weight and keeping it off are different. And keeping weight off is harder.
- September 12, 2022
New technology and practices with the potential to save lives and reduce health care inequity are part of the Columbia University Learning Health System (LHS) initiative's pilot awardee projects.
- August 24, 2022
The winning projects focus on research or inventions that are on a path to commercialization and have real-world applications in the clinic that can impact patient care and diagnosis.
- August 24, 2022
CUIMC researcher Angeliki Pollatou, PhD, has been awarded a T32 postdoc fellowship at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C.
- August 23, 2022
Dr. Shelton is widely known for her collaborative leadership and mentorship in implementation science across CUIMC, among CTSAs, and internationally through implementation science training programs.
- July 22, 2022
Winners of the 2021-2022 Collaborative and Multidisciplinary Pilot Research CaMPR and Collaborative and Multidisciplinary Pilot Research Pilot Award – Integrating Special Populations Award CaMPR-ISP
- July 13, 2022
Five research teams at Columbia University have been awarded a 2022 Precision Medicine Pilot Grant.
- June 30, 2022
These one-year awards allow teams to build out their NIH applications, to pursue innovative research across a wide range of conditions and diseases.
- December 4, 2021
The Irving Institute is proud to announce the publication of our narrative medicine partnership with Dr. Rita Charon.
- August 20, 2021
Many women 75 and older may not need routine mammograms, the decision to screen should be based on life expectancy, overall health, and personal preferences.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomDecember 10, 2020
New technology, supported through Irving Institute grant, could be used to treat dozens of diseases.