Jerry sat down with Faith Stone in his latest #cysticfibrosis podcast to discuss why she exercises.
In the latest Cystic Fibrosis Podcast, Jerry speaks with Emily Kramer-Golinkoff about the role of a patient advocate organization in driving drug development in rare disease.
In his latest podcast, Jerry Cahill sat down with Ben James, a 19-year-old college student who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at 4 years old.
In his latest podcast, Jerry Cahill sits down with Storm Johnson, a 22-year-old CFer who is currently recovering from a double lung transplant at Duke.
In the last installment of The Path Forward with CF series, Dr. Megan Sykes, Director of the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI) and Director of Research for the Transplant Initiative at Columbia University Irving Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, sat down with Jerry Cahill to explain what her team is working on in the world of immunology research.
In this feature of The Path Forward with CF series, Dr. Hans-Willem Snoeck, Professor of Medicine (Microbiology and Immunology) at CUMC, sits down to discuss stem cell research as it relates to CF.
The latest video in The Path Forward with Cystic Fibrosis series, Dr. Emily DiMango, Director of the Gunnar Esiason Adult CF Program at Columbia University Medical Center, discusses the lung transplant process through the lens of a CF doctor.
In the latest edition of The Path Forward with Cystic Fibrosis, Dr. Frank D’Ovidio – the Surgical Director of the Lung Transplant Program and Director of the Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion Program at CUMC – explains exactly what the Ex Vivo program is and what its end goals are.
In his latest video podcast, Jerry spoke with kids from Stony Point Elementary school, where the North Rockland Sports Day was created; it all started with a class of 3rd graders who wanted to raise money for charity in a fun, inspiring way.
Today, Jerry interviews Mark Levine, a 48-year-old husband, stepfather, tennis player, traveler, engineer, and cystic fibrosis patient. Mark lost his younger brother, David, to CF at the age of 21. So today, he is extremely active in the CF community. READ MORE