There is a long-standing belief that colorectal cancer (CRC), which causes some 50,000 deaths in the United States each year, can be categorized into distinct molecular subtypes. In a paper published recently in the journal Genome Biology, CUNY SPH Associate Professor and ISPH Investigator Levi Waldron and colleagues proposed an approach to scoring tumors that can help […]

For immediate release Study finds persistent discrepancies in cigarette smokingbetween those with mental health and substance use problems and those without Between 2005 and 2014, nondaily cigarette use increased among persons with common mental health and substance use problems (MHSUP), according to a new study in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry lead by Renee Goodwin, […]

Residents of urban slums are vulnerable to poor health outcomes because of a confluence of poverty, inadequate healthcare access and environmental and social disadvantage. Hypertension is increasingly common in Haiti, where 74 percent of the urban population live in slums. To estimate the prevalence of hypertension and its risk factors among adults in four slum […]

In a new paper published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research, CUNY SPH Associate Professor Levi Waldron and colleagues resolved the long-standing controversy over how to define molecular subtypes of high-grade serous ovarian carcinoma, the most common form of ovarian cancer and the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Understanding molecular […]

For immediate release Study finds combined use of cigarettes and marijuanamay increase children’s exposure to second-hand smoke Cannabis use increased among parents who smoke cigarettes, as well as among non-smoking parents, according to a recent study from researchers at ISPH. Cannabis use was nearly four times more common among cigarette smokers compared with non-smokers. Until now, little […]

For immediate release National adoption of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) HIV treatment guidelines has been followed by marked increases in timely initiation of antiretroviral treatment (ART), according to a recent analysis of HIV patient data from 22 countries where national ART guidelines and policies expanded HIV treatment eligibility, following WHO recommendations in 2009 and […]

Collaborative Center Led by Albert Einstein College of Medicine, The Rockefeller University and the City University of New York The National Institutes of Health has awarded researchers at The City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY), Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and The Rockefeller University, a $7.5 million grant for the […]