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Commencement was celebrated on April 29 in a virtual ceremony, with more than 700 members of the Class of 2021 joined by faculty, staff, family, and friends around the world.
Researchers have developed highly accurate algorithms for early detection of mild cognitive impairment and dementia using naturalistic driving data.
Mailman professor Peter Muennig’s research study on the benefits of capping the Cross Bronx Expressway to reduce air pollution and create green space has been cited in efforts to support a project that takes aim at the highway.
Ensuring COVID-19 vaccine access for refugee and displaced populations, and addressing health inequities, is vital for an effective pandemic response.
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One year into her role in HR and operations at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia dual degree MPH/MBA student Saba Rawjani shares her experience and insight on the impacts of the childcare crisis in the United States.
Adarsh Ramakrishnan explores how public health statisticians and data scientists use data to equitably promote community health and wellbeing.
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