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CovidWatcher works as a crowd-sourcing research platform that surveys users—both healthy and potentially exposed to COVID-19—about their exposure to the virus, symptoms, and access to medical care.
The Association of American Physicians (AAP), an honorific society of the nation’s leading physician-scientists, has inducted two HICCC members, Charles Drake, MD, PhD, and Adolfo Ferrando, MD, PhD.
Researchers from the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia are swiftly transforming their discoveries and innovation in cancer to address COVID-19.
A new clinical trial for AL amyloidosis is paving the way for a promising new treatment option for patients with the rare organ-debilitating disease.
Piero Dalerba, MD is one of the six inaugural Velocity fellows, whose innovative research projects to solve cancer are being funded by the money raised from the Velocity ride.
For Dr. Katherine Crew, the annual Velocity ride is an opportunity to join with colleagues, patients,and the community to fight against cancer.
Founded by Velocity Riders Sarah Urke and Barbara Trencher, CancerFit’s goal is to provide cancer patients with the benefits of exercise and physical activity.
The Phase ONEders represent doctors, researchers, nurses, pharmacists, and clinical research specialists involved in developing the newest immunological and targeted cancer treatments at Columbia.
Tour de MORE, a team of faculty, staff, and community partners, including local high-schoolers, are coming together to ride in Velocity, Columbia’s annual fundraiser benefitting cancer research.
CancerFIT is a free exercise program for cancer patients and survivors.