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Starting January 5, 2019, 1 trains will bypass the 168th Street subway station at Columbia University Irving Medical Center until early 2020. Get more information and travel options: https://www.cuimc.columbia.edu/subway
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Cardiologists, Dr. Kelly and Dr. Eisenberg, walk you through the most common symptoms and provide helpful, conversational guidance on what to do.
Here you will find tips to protect your health that you can do every day!
**Effective Saturday, January 5,2019, the subway 1 train will bypass the 168th St. & Broadway subway station.
Transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy is caused by the deposition of transthyretin amyloid fibrils in the myocardium. See more on this story!
July 2018, Dr. Bokhari's article, "Nuclear imaging modalities for cardiac amyloidosis" made the list! Co-contributors, Drs. Adam Castano and Mathew Maurer are also highlighted. Congratulations!
Dr. Brooke Aggarwal, Associate Research Scientist, Division of Cardiology at CUMC, has been selected to serve on the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association National Research Committee.
At just five weeks pregnant, Mom nearly dies at an upstate hospital. Dr. Philip Green received the call, and immediately dispatched an ECMO team (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation).
The American Heart Association’s Council on Epidemiology and Prevention will present this year's Epidemiology and Prevention Mentoring Award to Dr. Lori Mosca, Professor Emeritus of Medicine at CUMC.
Dr. Ian Kronish talks about the benefits of home blood pressure monitoring.
The multidisciplinary Hypertension Center combines the latest advances in hypertension diagnosis with a personalized patient care experience.