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"For so many reasons, participating in the TL1 program was truly a career-changing experience", says Christina Eckhardt, "culminated in a faculty position here at CUIMC."
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.
Dr. Rachel Shelton, co-director of the Community Engagement Core Resource, and director of the Implementation Science Initiative, has co-authored a new paper in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Source:Cambridge JournalJune 3, 2022
Dr. Rachel Shelton and Dr. Sapana Patel co-author an article in the Journal for Clinical and Translational Science, involving the National NCATS D&I Workgroup.
- April 7, 2022
These pilot awards provide a key capacity building opportunity to stimulate the development and testing of population health.
Source:Columbia NeighborsMarch 10, 2022
The Council will support and expand partnerships and programs with community leaders and organizations in Harlem and Upper Manhattan.
- February 10, 2022
Dr. Hripcsak has had profound influence on the development of medical informatics globally through his discoveries while at Columbia University’s Department of Biomedical Informatics.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomJanuary 28, 2022
Gary W. Miller, PhD, named AAAS Fellow, a professor of environmental health sciences and vice dean for research strategy and innovation at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
- December 4, 2021
The Irving Institute is proud to announce the publication of our narrative medicine partnership with Dr. Rita Charon.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomSeptember 14, 2021
The funding enables the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research to maintain more than 70 services and programs to help Columbia researchers
- September 8, 2021
A narrative medicine perspective on leading global health expert Dr. El-Bassel, as she discusses her inspirations and approach.
- 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 NewsroomMay 10, 2021
The vaccination effort is being led by doctors from the Columbia Community Wellness Center, led by Irving Institute faculty Olajide Williams and Sidney Hankerson.