Michigan Medicine is at the forefront of the technological revolution that will enhance medical education and patient outcomes.
Health Equity Scholars Are Learning an Unprecedented Depth of Patient Care
Michigan Medicine is at the forefront of the technological revolution.
A physician responds to systemic racism.
Health Equity Scholars are learning an unprecedented depth of care.
Dean Runge gives recent examples of integrity at Michigan Medicine.
Dean Runge on the power of optimism and humor
Dean Runge on the importance of employee appreciation
Five alumni awarded for achievement, service, research, and humanitarianism
By Katie Whitney
How the National Poll on Healthy Aging became a household name
Test your scientific knowledge of COVID-19 and the RNA vaccines.
And how to regain and bolster social skills that might have atrophied during lockdown
A physician commits to fighting vaccine hesitancy.
Faculty milestones and accolades
By J. Alexander Navarro
People paid a price for prematurely celebrating the end of the 1918 flu pandemic.
A historian unpacks the collection at U-M.
By Joel Howell
The 1918 flu and WWI wreaked havoc on U-M construction plans.
How a Black woman neurosurgeon is making room for others
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
The latest updates from our alumni
Carol Goodman Matheson (M.D. 1953, Residency 1957) died on January 31, 2020, at the age of 91.
Charles William Davenport (M.D. 1961, Residency and Fellowship 1966) died March 23, 2021, at the age of 85.
Meshach Haskell “Hack” Newman, M.D. (M.S. 1968, Residency 1968 and 1977), died April 12, 2021, at the age of 84.
By MargaretAnn Cross
Paul and Carolyn Lichter make generous plans for the future.
BY TIFFANI LANGFORD
The institute will pursue diabetes research and life-changing therapies
BY KRISTY DEMAS
Encouraging high-risk, high-impact projects
By Dana Habers
A race to deliver COVID vaccines at Michigan Medicine
Experts weigh in on the latest research at Michigan Medicine.
BY JANICE FIRN, RESHMA JAGSI, ANDREW SHUMAN, KAYTE SPECTOR-BAGDADY, AND CHRISTIAN VERCLER*
From patient-centered to community-centered decision making
by Katie Whitney
A medical student advocates for health care providers with disabilities.
She brings her gender studies chops to all aspects of life and school.
By Katie Whitney; Photograph by Leisa Thompson
A medical student explores anthropology and emergency medicine.
By Kristy Demas
The hospital will be called the Pavilion at University of Michigan Health
By Maggie Callahan-Mabus
The Steinbergs are giving back to their "second family" at Michigan Medicine.
Bringing awareness to metastatic breast cancer