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Silver nanoclusters—which could be applied to the treatment of cancer in the future—block an early step of DNA replication, a new study by Columbia cancer researchers has found.
A study, led by Benjamin Izar, MD, is drawing the most detailed picture yet of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the lung, and provides leads to why severe cases of COVID-19 experience long-term complications.
The biological reasons for racial disparities in breast cancer still aren’t fully understood, but a new study highlights a prognostic biomarker called Kaiso that may provide some insight.
Sankar Ghosh, PhD, a leading expert in understanding the human immune system, has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.
April is Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Month. Here's what experts want you to know about head and neck cancer care, prevention, and research.
HICCC researchers have combined a systems biology approach with machine learning to identify a new risk stratification for patients with pediatric acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Congratulations to Carol L. Prives, PhD, FAACR, who has been awarded the 2021 AACR-G.H.A. Clowes Award for Outstanding Basic Cancer Research by the American Association for Cancer Research.
Columbia researchers have been awarded Multi-PI Planning Grants to support the submission of multi-component biomedical research grants and large multi-PI research grants.
Aaron Viny, MD, and Catherine Spina, MD, have recently been named 2021 Louis V. Gerstner Jr. Scholars.
The V Foundation has awarded Dr. Jasmine McDonald a V Scholar grant for her work in investigating biological drivers of postpartum breast cancer.