Michigan Medicine physicians, patients, and students are breaking down barriers
A little serendipity unites a physician and his former patient
Massive open online courses are changing how we learn
Wheelchair basketball at U-M
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.
Anna and Denver, Michigan Medicine's two full-time therapy dogs, offer companionship, kindness, and something very special to everyone they meet.
eClinics at Michigan Medicine open the door to faster and easier visits, with more face time with physicians.
Letters from our readers
Dean Runge’s ideas to reduce burnout and support our community
How artificial intelligence and machine learning impact medicine
Michigan Medicine on social media
BY BEATA MOSTAFAVI
Increases in urban and rural environments have led to a public health crisis
How women’s racial and ethnic backgrounds affect pregnancy outcomes
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD
How communication trends affect the mentor/mentee relationship
A U-M alumna makes history at her alma mater
Professorships recently inaugurated
BY JAMES TOBIN
An early adopter of radiology at U-M
BY KATIE VLOET
Dean Vaughan and the 1918 influenza pandemic
BY LARA ZIELIN
Alumna Mary Hancock McLean, pioneering female surgeon
BY MIKE WILK
An alumna’s mission to improve automotive safety for kids
BY LILLI KHATIBI
Bringing telehealth solutions to Nigeria and beyond
The latest from our alumni
Remembering a decorated scholar and scientist
Remembering one of the nation’s youngest medical school deans
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
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 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 RESHMA JAGSI, M.D., D.PHIL.
One faculty’s response to the #MeToo movement
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
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD | PHOTOGRAPHY BY SILAS GRIMES
Improving the LGBTQ experience at Michigan Medicine