Centers

Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center

older adults

This university-wide center informs age-related health and social policy through interdisciplinary research and education.

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ICAP at Columbia

ICAP worker doing a population-based assessment

Working in more than 30 countries, ICAP transforms the health of populations through innovation, research, and global collaboration.

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Center for Infection and Immunity

One of the world’s largest and most advanced academic centers for basic and translational research in microbe surveillance, discovery and diagnosis.

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CAPRISA

AIDS researcher

Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA) is a designated UNAIDS Collaborating Centre for HIV Research and Policy, and is the South African Department of Science and Innovation and the National Research Foundation‘s designated Centre of Excellence in HIV Prevention.

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Center for Injury Science and Prevention

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The Columbia Center for Injury Science and Prevention (CCISP) aims to create and apply “Science in Service to Safety” through leveraging the unique value of scientific inquiry in assembling a large group of university, community, and government partners around injury and violence strategies with the greatest potential to innovatively impact the safety and health of large populations.

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Columbia Population Research Center

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The Columbia Population Research Center supports population health researchers across Columbia University, galvanizing new interdisciplinary and cross-campus collaborations, promoting the professional development of junior scientists, and enabling members to do work that is more innovative and impactful. 

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COMMUNITY

The COMMUNITY Center is a collaborative research center that aims to address the drivers of multiple chronic diseases that disproportionately affect African American and Hispanic/Latinx families in New York City.

Improve Chronic disease Outcomes through Multi-level and Multi-generational approaches Unifying Novel Interventions and Training for health EquitY Center is a collaborative research center that aims to address the drivers of multiple chronic diseases that disproportionately affect African American and Hispanic/Latinx families in New York City.

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