Opioids and U-M’s efforts to curb a national epidemic
The U-M taps into smart devices, making medicine mobile.
Medical students at U-M are mastering the art of improv to strengthen and improve doctor-patient interactions.
Opiods and U-M’s efforts to curb a national epidemic
U-M taps into smart devices, making medicine mobile
Medical students, improv and doctor-patient interactions
If you’ve tried to see a doctor, fill a prescription or get a diagnostic test lately, you’ve probably had to pay more out of your own pocket than you would have even a few years ago.
The University of Michigan was recently awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health to establish an
While commanding four vessels sailing between England and India in 1601, Captain James Lancaster performed one of
Developing a strong leadership team
Global health experts share thoughts on global health volunteerism
Letters from our readers
By Rebecca Priest
Collaboration leads to a new immune response test for pediatric patients
By Patrick Cliff
A conversation with Carol R. Bradford, M.D., the new vice dean for academic affairs
U-M makes news
By Allison Wilson
Moving GI care forward
Faculty milestones and accolades
By Lauren Crawford
Improving racial disparities in health care
By James Tobin
A university rivalry and the roots of college football
The scrapbooks of Frederick A. Coller, M.D.
By Joel Howell, M.D., Ph.D.
How U-M influenced contemporary medical education
The latest from alumni
An unexpected path and a new medical school
An alumna's commitment to excellence and education
A groundbreaking cardiac surgeon who performed some of the earliest bypass surgeries in the Midwest
A professor emeritus of internal medicine who established free clinics and coauthored K-12 curricula
Remembering our faculty and alumni
By Nicole Fawcett
A $17.5 million gift establishes the Forbes Institute for Cancer Discovery
By Allison Wilson with additional reporting by Whitley Hill
U-M’s new pediatric inpatient psychiatry unit
Michigan alum supports high-impact, early team science
By Alexandra Minna Stern, Ph.D.
Reflecting on early 20th century eugenic sterilization practices in California
By Steven Katz, MPH, M.D.
Precision communication for treatment of cancer: from patients to population and back
By Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher
The ethics of decision-making in medicine
An M2 student hopes to inspire those from similar backgrounds
An M3 student finds poetry in medicine
Former NICU patient starts medical school at U-M, poised to advance the technology that helped save her life