- May 18, 2013
Join the leadership team of the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center at Columbia University and United Cerebral Palsy of NYC for a one-day conference dedicated to an in-depth examination of the environmental, physical and communication challenges that accompany Cerebral Palsy and complex care patients into adulthood.April 28, 2013
Hosted by The Transplant Forum at Columbia University Medical Center
Sunday, April 28, 2013
11 am - 2 pm
- This event will be a celebration of organ donors and recipients, their families and friends, and the doctors, nurses and medical staff who devote their efforts to this life-saving work.
- Interactive panel discussion with Columbia University faculty on the latest advances in transplant medicine, surgery, immunology, as well as issues of organ donation
- Patient stories you don't want to miss!
- Family-friendly lunch and activities
Open to the public, but RSVP required.
Information and reservations: Please contact William Devers
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJune 5, 2011
Join Team Gratitude in Fighting Liver Disease: Walk in the American Liver Foundation
Liver Life Walk on June 5
Join us for a day of free events including heart screening, zumba, yoga, the Milstein Mile walk, heart-healthy meals, education, and more.February 16, 2011
Join us for a day of free events including heart screening, zumba, yoga, the Milstein Mile walk, heart-healthy meals, education, and more.
The Department of Surgery helps to fund Health Corps, a community outreach effort modeled on the Peace Corps. Health Corps volunteers receive a two-year stipend to educate children about healthy living. They visit schools across the nation, teaching about nutrition, mental health, exercise, and overall awareness of the value and power of our bodies and minds.
Drs. Ozgen Dogan (left) and Mehmet C. Oz (right)
Dr. Hasan Garan
Reception Draws Turkish American Business Leaders
Drs. Mehmet C. Oz, Ozgen Dogan, and Hasan Garan hosted a reception at Columbia Presbyterian Eastside in December for the Turkish American Business Forum, a group of leading Turkish American business executives. After enjoying a delicious dinner of Turkish delicacies, the physicians told the audience about cardiac care services available at Columbia University Medical Center. The event was featured in the Turkish American newspaper Zaman. Dr. Oz is Medical Director, Integrative Medicine Program; Dr. Dogan is a cardiologist specializing in preventive cardiology; and Dr. Garan is Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology at CUMC.