Inside U-M’s varied approaches to fighting the epidemic, including innovations in both prevention and treatment — and why there might be “great reason for hope.”
An enterprising science-based education approach enlists networks of religious leaders as community gatekeepers.
Evaluating the importance of chronic pain acceptance amid the opioid epidemic.
Inside U-M’s innovations in prevention and treatment
A science-based education approach enlists religious leaders
Ypsilanti Health Center’s lifesaving food pantry
Evaluating chronic pain acceptance amid the opioid epidemic
An astounding piece of news hit Ann Arbor in January 2007: A giant pharmaceutical company would leave town, after 50 years of developing new medicines in the northeast corner of the city.
Dr. David Brown and the Life Sciences Orchestra
A weekly karaoke party for patients, faculty, and staff on the sixth floor of University Hospital brings a bit of levity to people recovering from strokes, spinal cord injuries, and more.
Dean Runge’s take on real-time health monitoring
Our readers weigh in
Michigan Medicine on social media
Runge will serve another term as EVPMA and dean
By Kara Gavin
A recent poll found that pets play a major role in older adults’ lives
Michigan Medicine faculty making news
Faculty milestones and accolades
By Lauren Crawford
How your everyday actions create unregulated health data
BY KATIE VLOET
Sarah Gertrude Banks, champion of women’s suffrage and health care
BY JAMES TOBIN
An early adopter of radiology at U-M
Dean Vaughan and the 1918 influenza pandemic
By Amy Spooner
A dermatologist solves two long-standing mysteries
How aggregating health data can cause unexpected problems
The latest updates from our alumni
Remembering a beloved Ann Arbor entrepreneur and philanthropist
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
Remembering a cherished leader and innovator
BY KATIE VLOET AND SHELLEY ZALEWSKI
The Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation and U-M make TBI breakthroughs
Celebrities, community members support fight against childhood cancers
Pediatric brain tumor research at Michigan Medicine
BY ANNA KRATZ, PH.D.
BY MICHELLE RIBA, M.D.
How militaristic language can hurt instead of heal
BY ANNA LOK, M.D.
One researcher’s take on hepatitis C and the opioid crisis
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD
Establishing the Arab American Health Initiative
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTOGRAPHY BY SOPHIE MASSON
Taking advantage of gap years to better serve patients
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRYAN MITCHELL
Outsmarting stage fright