U-M uses patients' DNA and RNA to target and treat cancer
James Woolliscroft reflects on nearly a decade as dean of the U-M Medical School, as he steps down to join the school’s faculty
The new precision medicine program at the U-M uses patients’ DNA and RNA to match them with personalized treatments.
A team of interdisciplinary collaborators at the U-M is creating a culture where patients, caregivers and the community participate in the design of health systems, tools and technologies.
The Taubman Health Sciences Library has reopened after a $55 million renovation, transforming it into a medical education hub for in-person, collaborative, active learning.
James Woolliscroft reflects on his decade as dean of the Medical School.
U-M study suggests a free, web-based cognitive behavioral therapy tool could help cut the rate of suicidal thoughts in half for people in high-stress, high-pressure positions.
Why don’t more uninsured people seek health coverage? Findings from a U-M Student-Run Free Clinic study reveals barriers include knowledge gaps about perceived cost and eligibility.
A substance originally found in bananas could help researchers crack the “sugar code” and may eventually be used to fight off a wide range of viruses.
Dean Woolliscroft's farewell message of thanks
Rating surgeons' performance: It's complicated
In the fall-winter 2015 issue, we introduce a bold new look and layout
By Jenny Blair
New device offers clues on why cancer spreads
By Lauren Crawford
The fight to save lives in Sub-Saharan Africa
A look at the incoming class of 2015
By Allison Wilson
Bioinformatics researcher reaches the top of his field
Honors and awards for U-M Medical School Faculty
by Allison Wilson
A career influenced by nature's strongest bond
By Dea Boster
An early philanthropic gift helped transform research
By Allison Wilson
A cupping set, dating to the 19th century
Catching up with alumni
How a U-M alumnus identified the first confirmed case of Hantavirus in the U.S.
One alumna's story of perserverence
Michigan alum supports high-impact, early team science
Reporting by Margaretann Cross
Supporting research to advance treatment and prevention of the world's second-leading cause of blindness
By Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher
The ethics of decision-making in medicine
Former NICU patient starts medical school at U-M, poised to advance the technology that helped save her life