A Facebook post of NICU baby at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and U-M students at Mt. Everest’s Base Camp on instagram

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C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital (@mottchildren)

February 27 

Our sweet NICU babies are wrapping up Heart Month wearing their little red hats to help raise awareness about congenital heart defects, the most common type of birth defect in the country. 

U-M in social media

U-M Medical School (@umichmedschool)

Nepal, April 13

When you’re weeks away from graduation, of course you have to celebrate the milestone with something big … so we trekked to Mt. Everest’s Base Camp! And obviously, wherever you go, #goblue! #gobluemed #SallyM4

Patient with therapy dog

 

C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital (@mottchildren) 

March 1

After a group Paws4Patients Birthday “Pawty” today to celebrate all our wonderful therapy dogs’ spring birthdays … Bindi [the dog] got to celebrate with her favorite people in the Family Center, too. Join us in wishing Bindi a happy 3rd birthday! Thank you to everyone who stopped by to say hello!

 

Match Day 2019 group selfie

U-M Medical School (@umichmedschool)

Match Day 2019, March 18

On March 15, 157 medical students at the University of Michigan participated in Match Day, learning where they’ll begin their professional careers all across the U.S. 

 

 

 

Scott Barolo (@sbarolo)

March 29

Let’s form an initial hypothesis. Here are my guesses from visual cues alone:

Part of an elaborate scientific analysis of gummi bears by Scott Barolo, Ph.D., associate professor of cell and developmental biology, that went viral on Twitter.