ALS has risen from the backwater of neurological research. In many ways, it's a better defined disease than other neurodegenerative diseases.
— Tom Maniatis
The goal for prostate cancer treatment is death from something else.
— Mitchell Benson'77
We cannot support the use of readmission as a quality indicator after pancreatic surgery.
— Clinical Research Track Scholarly Project of Irmina Gawlas'13
The Fall 2013 issue of e-news for alumni includes P&S news, alumni mentions in news media, and recent deaths.
In a book excerpt, Professor Emeritus Arthur Bank talks about general medical ward rounds at Presbyterian Hospital over a 35-year period.
Clifton Meador recalls his first night on call as a resident, when he was asked for the first time to pronounce a patient dead.
The Spring/Summer 2013 issue of e-news for alumni includes P&S news, alumni mentions in news media, and recent deaths.
Reports about Alumni Association council dinners in September and November and two Grodman Dual Degree Scholars Program events
The debut novel by Julie Wu'96 is based on her father's journey from Japanese-occupied Taiwan in the 1940s to America.
Donations to the medical center's archives from Spring 2011 to Spring 2013 include print materials, film, video, and diplomas.
The Columbia Student Medical Outreach Clinic for uninsured patients is the oldest and largest student-run free clinic at P&S.
Several P&S graduates are featured in a Women in Medicine timeline on the Columbia University Medical Center newsroom site.
Orthopedic surgery and internal medicine continue to be popular specialties for P&S students.
I don't know if it's ever possible to reach middle age without shock. Accepting that other people are growing old is easy enough, but accepting that you are?
My first cousin once removed (1), Hermann Theodore Radin, entered P&S in 1898. There were 142 students in his class, but no women.
Blurb here Consequi odit, ulluptae sitianto volor si deri dit eaquas etur, optamenit hiliqui bernatur?
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