Columbia University Trustees Alex Navab on the left and Lu Li on the right.
“They are loyal Columbia alumni who bring with them decades of success and innovation in business and civic leadership, as well as a diversity of personal experience," said University President Lee C. Bollinger.
Charles Zuker in his office.
Neuroscientist Charles Zuker has helped identify the cells, receptors and signaling mechanisms that govern what we taste.
Anil Lalwani
Anil Lalwani wants to deliver medicine directly into the inner ear, the best way to treat ear-related disorders.
Ellen Lumpkin sits in her laboratory.

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Touch may be the hardest of the senses to study, because the skin has so many jobs to do. It parses hot from cold, contends with itches, detects pain and more.
Ken Shepard
Ken Shepard is part of a growing push to develop brain-computer interfaces to repair senses and skills lost to injury or disease.
Stavros Lomvardas
Stavros Lomvardas has studied smell to the molecular level, uncovering how the nose knows different scents.
Site excavation at the bottom of a tree-lined hill in Greece.

Image Courtesy of © Onchestos Excavation Project

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