Columbia University in the City of New York

Neurologist Olajide Williams, MD, is codirector of the Columbia Center for Community Health located at the Greene Science Center at Columbia's Manhattanville Campus. He is also the founder and chair of Hip Hop Public Health, an internationally recognized organization that creates and implements multimedia public health interventions that target and engage young people in the health of their families and communities.

Olajide Williams, MD

Codirector of the Columbia Center for Community Health; Professor and Chief of Staff, Department of Neurology, CUIMC



News October 11, 2016

Community Wellness Center to Open at Manhattanville

Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger today announced that two Columbia University Medical Center doctors will lead a new community Wellness Center.

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