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The Columbia Community Partnership for Health (CCPH), offers a free health lecture series for the community where each month a different health topic is presented by local health experts.
A health information website where Harlem residents, businesses, and organizations can find and share local information to stay healthy and connect with other community members.
An online platform for all who live and work in upper Manhattan to connect, collaborate, and participate in their health and the health of the community by joining the site and sharing content.
Provides funding for junior investigators in MRI, optical imaging, PET tomography, single photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT), and ultrasound.
The CRR inpatient unit facilitates the implementation of complex pediatric and adult study protocols. Continuous care and supervision are provided to protocol activities during the subjects visit.
The IMPACT electronic scheduling system helps clinical trial study teams schedule their participants to available resources in the outpatient unit and track their participant and resource usage.
Initiatives aimed at integration of electronic health record and genomics data for genomic discovery and genomic medicine implementation research.
The ISP seminar series focuses on four special populations: Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Rare Diseases and HIV, and transitioning between pediatric and adult care, and various research tools.
A graduate course offered to health sciences students wishing to pursue a MD/MS degree and for other medical and health sciences students/scholars and taught by the team of Columbia faculty experts.
The IRB liaison serves as a link between the IRB and Columbia University Irving Medical Center investigators who have submitted a protocol for review by one of the medical center IRBs.