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ColumbiaDoctors and the Columbia School of Nursing launched a clinical outreach program in 2022 to provide cancer screenings and other essential health services to residents of Washington Heights...
Crain's New York covered the $5 million in National Institutes of Health grants awarded to Columbia Nursing to fund studies focused on Black women's health.
Becker's Hospital Review included research by Assistant Professor Amanda Hessels, PhD, in "7 Medical Innovations from Hospitals in 2023."
Stephen Ferrara, DNP, outlined his priorities as the American Association of Nurse Practitioners' new president in Chief Healthcare Executive.
The Wall Street Journal covered research conducted by Sarah Rossetti, PhD ’09, on creating a predictive model to flag at-risk patients based on nursing notes.
Billy Caceres, PhD, discussed his research examining blood pressure and sleep health disparities among sexual and gender minority individuals in a National Institutes of Health research feature.
New research by Maryam Zolnoori, PhD, on an AI screening tool for dementia was featured in McKnight's Senior Living.
Elizabeth Corwin, PhD, Stephen Ferrara, DNP, and Vivian Taylor, EdD, have been selected as Crain’s New York Business’s 2023 Notable Leaders in Health Care.
A new study by Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD, Kacey Jackman, PhD, and Sarah Leonard, MSN, on sleep problems among LGBTQ+ youths was covered by Healio.
Maryam Zolnoori, PhD, was featured for her $1.2M grant from the National Institute on Aging to develop her speech processing algorithm to detect early signs of cognitive impairment and dementia.