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The 166 members of the incoming P&S Class of 2014 received their first white coat in August. The White Coat Ceremony has welcomed each incoming P&S class since 1993.
The Class of 2014 is larger than usual because of the 10 students in the new...

Columbia University President William J. McGill and Presbyterian Hospital Board Chairman Augustus C. Long pose in front of a bulldozer at the groundbreaking ceremonies (April 11, 1973) for the building that is now the Julius and Armand Hammer Health Sciences Center. Hammer houses the Augustus C...

A P&S student organized a fine art exhibit, featuring works by faculty, staff, and students and displayed in the Teaching and Learning Center on Hammer Health Sciences Center’s lower level. The exhibit showcased 120 pieces from 40 artists during May and June 2010.

On Sept. 21, 1960, Philip Amundson of Spokane, Wash., disabled with end-stage heart failure, was about to receive a new lease on life. On that day, he would have the world’s first artificial valve successfully implanted in his heart by a young cardiac surgeon and co-developer of the valve...