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Dr. Amrit Ray, who is currently studying in the School of Professional Studies' Bioethics Certificate program, is slated to speak at an Oxford panel on "Compassionate Use Access to Investigational Medicines."
There would be strategic implications to not ratify the signed Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, says Dr. Sharyn O’Halloran.
Oxford University Press is publishing The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine, coauthored by seven members of the Narrative Medicine program faculty.
The pulsing artistic beat of Harlem helped create modern music as we know it, says Columbia Community Scholar John Reddick.
Nonprofit management professor Robert Wahlers shares his expertise in a new article for The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Will genetic "three-parent" babies become a legal procedure in the U.S., and other pressing bioethics questions answered by Robert Klitzman.
Listen to Jason Dempsey, the Senior Advisor of Military Affairs for SPS, on a recent panel at the Bipartisan Policy Center.
Vince Gennaro, Director of the Master of Science in Sports Management program at Columbia University, appears on MLB Now to discuss the contract for the Chicago Cubs' President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, who's gotten the perennial losers tantalizingly close to a World Series ring.
The Dean of the School of Professional Studies hosted Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, the President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, for a revealing conversation.