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A new approach to mining the baby names dataset exemplifies the best application of data analytics, says Kaiser Fung, Associate Program Director of Columbia’s Applied Analytics Master’s Program.
M.S. in Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman weighs the legal and ethical standards when it comes to disclosing the potential dangers of one’s patients.
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Sustainability Management director Cohen explains why limiting the U.S. government’s own carbon footprint may have implications for federal climate change policy.
Dr. Robert Klitzman answers the question, “How dangerous are subway germs, really?”
In Men’s Health, Bioethics director Dr. Klitzman explains how DNA sequencing works and why one’s findings shouldn’t be quite so surprising.
In Fortune, the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution director says that it’s not a “balance,” it’s a juggling act.
What is clinical empathy, why do we need it, and how can clinicians further develop this skill?
At the Narrative and Medicine: Caring for the Future Conference in Lisbon, Charon shared her own recent experience of illness, care, and connection.
What ethical dilemmas arise when patients take genetic testing into their own hands?