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James E. Rogers Doesn’t Think You Should Eat These Two Things

And maybe more than two. Rogers (Ph.D. 1993), director of food safety research and testing at Consumer Reports, has some well-informed thoughts about romaine, bagged salads, and boxed meals.

Combatting the Opioid Crisis with Research and Education

U-M has launched a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) designed to help non-prescribing health care providers understand the opioid crisis. The self-paced MOOC includes five modules: Epidemiology of the Opioid Crisis; Understanding of Pain and Drug Targ

Depression & Stress: Risks, Treatments, and Burnout

New U-M research published in Nature Human Behaviour shows some potential for using genetic information to predict an individual’s risk of developing depression when under intense stress.

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Marschall Runge
Winter 2020

Dean Runge’s take on the “hospital of the future”

Marschall S. Runge, M.D., Ph.D.
Summer 2019

Dean Runge’s take on real-time health monitoring

The winter issue table of contents
Summer 2019

Our readers weigh in

News & Research

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Winter 2020

Leisa Thompson Photography

A carillonist performs social justice pieces for med students

Winter 2020

Several efforts are underway to address sexual harassment at the Michigan Medicine

Winter 2020

Michigan Medicine faculty making news

Faculty

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Carol Bradford
Winter 2020

170 years of empowering people to be leaders in health care

Winter 2020

The American Association for the Advancement of Science honors U-M faculty

Winter 2020

Promising research on blood flow during surgery

History

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Winter 2020

BY JAMES TOBIN

150 years ago, U-M made history when it converted a professor’s house

Sarah Gertrude Banks
Summer 2019

BY KATIE VLOET

Sarah Gertrude Banks, champion of women’s suffrage and health care

Professor James Gerrit Van Zwaluwenburg
Winter 2019

BY JAMES TOBIN

An early adopter of radiology at U-M

Alumni

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Winter 2020

BY KATIE VLOET

A cardiologist and surgeon helps children in Peru

Margo Cohen
Winter 2020

BY AMY SPOONER

A physician chronicles a “lack of humanity” during her husband’s cancer journey

Winter 2020

The latest updates from our alumni

Lives Lived

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Lena Chen, M.D.
Winter 2020

Remembering a passionate health policy advocate

Robert Hayashi, M.D.
Winter 2020

Remembering a distinguished maternal fetal medicine expert

Bertram Schnitzer, M.D.
Winter 2020

Remembering a beloved pathologist and leader

Development News

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Maxine and Stuart Frankel want their gift to launch innovative collaborations that will lead to life-saving discoveries.
Winter 2020

BY KELLY MALCOM

Gift will establish the Frankel Innovation Initiative to accelerate the development of life-saving therapies

Tadataka and Leslie Yamada
Winter 2020

BY KARA GAVIN

Tadataka and Leslie Yamada’s gift will establish the U-M Center for Global Health Equity

Judith Tam, president of the Richard Tam Foundation
Winter 2020

BY KARA GAVIN

Gift will expand and harness the power of massive data to help bipolar patients

Gray Matters

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Winter 2020

BY SARAH J. CLARK, MPH

Data show which policies parents support

Summer 2019

BY ANNA KRATZ, PH.D.

Evaluating chronic pain acceptance amid the opioid epidemic

Changing the Way We Talk About Cancer
Winter 2019

BY MICHELLE RIBA, M.D.

How militaristic language can hurt instead of heal

Moments

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Winter 2020

BY KATIE VLOET
PHOTOGRAPH BY LEISA THOMPSON

Air Force pilot to M1

SISTERS MARIAM AND MARWA AYYASH
Summer 2019

BY LAUREN CRAWFORD

Establishing the Arab American Health Initiative

Jasmine Harris 
Winter 2019

BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTOGRAPHY BY SOPHIE MASSON

Taking advantage of gap years to better serve patients