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Faculty members of Columbia University's VacSafe Working Group are working with African governments to help get the vaccines needed for their communities.
Students, faculty and staff at CUIMC were invited to a discussion with film director Hao Wu, following a week-long screening of his documentary '76 Days', about the Covid-19 lock down in Wuhan, China
The Conference featured research by high school students from over 16 countries and keynote's by Lawrence Stanberry, MD, PhD, of Columbia University and Bogdan Chiva Giurca, MD, of Harvard University.
Students from the Program for Education in Global & Population Health’s summer research program are presenting projects at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health’s (CUGH) 2021 Conference.
Columbia’s COVID-19 virtual symposium was being planned years before the COVID-19 pandemic due to experiences with past pandemics.
Dr. Ernst Garçon works with The American College of Radiology Foundation and The American Society of Radiologic Technologists to improve radiology education and services in his homeland, Haiti.
With Covid-19 vaccines in development, the ongoing conversation on “equal access” has experts concerned about whether Africa will again be last in line for life-saving Covid-19 vaccines.
African countries must prepare their health systems for access and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to its citizens.
Without the support of social platforms, our efforts to stamp out viral misinformation feel futile.
The FDA’s emergency authorization of plasma treatments for COVID-19 prioritizes politics over science.