The Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center is pleased to announce the acquisition of the papers of Dr. Mathilde Krim (1926-2018), biomedical scientist, pioneer AIDS activist, and philanthropist.
There are eight group study rooms located on Lower Level 1 of the Hammer Building. In Spring 2018, we sent a survey to all of the students who had made a reservation in the past academic year.
The Columbia University Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library has found a letter in its holdings from Colonel William Few (1748-1828), Revolutionary War officer, member of the Continental Congress, and Signer of the Constitution for Georgia.
Ninety years ago this March, what was then called the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center opened to the public.
Barron Lerner (P&S 1986) explores the dimensions of celebrity and sickness in his lecture, When the Famous Get Sick and the Sick Get Famous: Lessons from Celebrity Patients on February 22, 2018