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
As Americans rushed to do their part for the war effort, Presbyterian Hospital, now part of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, responded to the call for doctors and nurses to serve in the war by organizing U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 2. A new exhibit tells the unit’s story through original letters, documents, and photographs.
The Knowledge Center hosted the second virtual international student conference (“Skype project” conference) with medical and dental students from across the world.