The Columbia Global Centers are dedicated to being on the front line of a diverse array of health and medicine specialties through their interdisciplinary partnerships with the University and local partners. Our Centers initiate and support health and medicine initiatives in the areas of public health, healthcare access, addressing global health threats, community health worker training, and more.
Studies show that one woman dies of cervical cancer in India every eight minutes. To discuss the primary and secondary prevention approaches associated with this illness, the Center organized the third webinar of its series, Screenings that Save: A Seminar Series on Cancer Diagnosis and Prevention
The coronavirus pandemic set off an extraordinary race to develop a vaccine at a speed unmatched in the history of vaccine research. In an effort to understand the development, distribution and delivery of Covid-19 vaccines, the Center organized a panel discussion on February 8, 2021.
What are the risk factors for stomach and pancreatic cancers? How feasible are individual and population-based screening strategies? The second webinar of Screenings that Save was held in November, the Global Stomach and Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month to answer these questions