AIDS Care in Africa

ICAP Next Generation Fellow and Columbia College senior, Loxley Bennett, sets out to assist with AIDS research and care in sub-Saharan Africa.

Digital Health

The Mailman School is putting health in the palm of your hand, by electronically sharing cutting-edge work in this emerging area.

Millennium Development Goals

The latest U.N. report offers comprehensive data on global health, development, and disease in the poorest countries of the world.

AIDS 2014

Several faculty members are slated to join the list of distinguished speakers at the 20th International AIDS Conference.

Young Love

Adolescent males want intimacy and meaningful relationships with partners, according to new research from Prof. David Bell.

News & Research

Summer Programs

BEST Diversity Program

The Biostatistics Enrichment Summer Training (BEST) Diversity Program introduces undergraduates from under-represented populations to research in the areas of biostatistics and cardiovascular and pulmonary disease.


The Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia (EPIC) offers more than 25 intensive week-long courses for healthcare professionals seeking advanced skills for population health research and program evaluation.

Columbia Summer Research Institute

The Columbia Summer Research Institute offers an intensive five-week program of full-time study where participants gain fundamental skills in research methods, as well as additional training in comparative effectiveness research and grant writing.