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Whether it’s performing the most organ transplants in the nation, being the first institution to use augmented reality for minimally invasive spine surgery, or driving innovation in heart valve replacement with TAVR – our world-class doctors from Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine remain at the forefront of medicine, helping shape the future of expert patient care.
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Learn more about the latest clinical research being done across our comprehensive breadth of specialties below.
Driving better outcomes in heart failure
Predicting outcomes through remote monitoring technology has been a key advancement for Dr. Kelly Axsom, helping prevent hospitalizations and allow patients to live longer, healthier lives.
Preventing stroke through health literacy
Dr. Olajide Williams is focused on addressing the higher stroke mortality rate within Black communities through education on symptoms and prevention.
Pioneering new frontiers in pediatric neurosurgery
Applying new modalities and emerging technology has helped Dr. Mark Souweidane safely treat complex pediatric brain tumors and sustain longer life expectancies for his patients.
Innovating spinal deformity surgery for three decades
By leveraging cutting-edge technology and precision pre-op planning, Dr. Lawrence Lenke is advancing spine care to treat complex deformities and improve surgical outcomes.
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Advances in Orthopedics
Investigating Inflammatory Cytokines in Disc Herniation
Columbia University orthopedic and biomedical engineering faculty demonstrate, for the first time, that severity of disc herniation is associated with changes in circulating levels of inflammatory cytokines in patients with chronic back pain.
Advances in Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery
Introducing Ultrasound to Control Drug-Resistant Hypertension
Columbia University interventional cardiologists at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital are spearheading an international clinical trial that is evaluating the benefit of ultrasound renal denervation for patients with resistant hypertension.
Latest research and innovations
Novel Nasal Spray Medication May Transform Treatment for Supraventricular Tachycardia
A Weill Cornell Medicine electrophysiologist is a primary investigator on clinical trials testing etripamil, an investigational drug that can be self-administered by patients at home to control spontaneous paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.
A Steadfast Obligation to Safety in Spine Surgery
A Columbia pediatric spine surgeon continues to spearhead safety initiatives that are addressing a range of issues in spine surgery – from best practice guidelines to standard system practices.
Facial Nerve Massage as Rescue Treatment for Hemifacial Spasm
A Columbia neurosurgeon specializing in cranial facial disorders shares the outcomes of facial nerve massage for hemifacial spasm refractory to microvascular decompression.