Dr. Edward Halperin, Chancellor and CEO of New York Medical College, will deliver a lecture on a little-known episode of anti-Semitic violence in American medical education.
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.