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Stronger regulations lowering levels of fine particulate air pollutants would benefit the health of Black Americans and low-income Americans the most.
A research article about a Columbia Mailman anti-racism mentoring program for BIPOC students is honored by the Society for Public Health Education and the journal Pedagogy in Health Promotion.
Filmmaker Scott Z. Burns introduced a Columbia audience to his new climate change drama Extrapolations and spoke about the importance of science-informed storytelling.
Anthony S. Fauci will be presented with the Frank A. Calderone Prize on April 27, in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to protecting and improving the public’s health
- March 20, 2023
At Columbia Mailman, faculty continue to assess the impact of COVID-19 and identify ways to prevent the next pandemic.
- March 20, 2023
In a faculty Q&A, Prof. A. Kayum Ahmed says he is committed to social justice in research and the classroom, with a focus on the “decolonization of human rights.”
- March 17, 2023
Columbia Mailman professor Claire Greene discusses her Centennial Grand Challenges project working with Venezuelan refugees in Ecuador.
- March 16, 2023
Chronic toxicity tests conducted on behalf of Monsanto revealed certain products were toxic but they were not forthcoming about what they knew.
- March 15, 2023
A group of researchers discussed the utility of real-time forecasting models for antimicrobial-resistant organisms. The article appears in the peer-reviewed journal Emerging Infectious Diseases.
- March 14, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a long-lasting impact on adolescent mental health and substance use.