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Music to Medical Students’ Ears

A carillonist and composer helps students connect with the humanities through a performance about social justice and healing.

Carillon bells

Full Circle: Dr. David Brown and the Life Sciences Orchestra

Dr. David Brown and the Life Sciences Orchestra

Life Sciences Orchestra

Gallery: Karaoke Therapy

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.

Karaoke party at UMHS

Forum

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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

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
Summer 2019

Michigan Medicine on social media

News & Research

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A group of cute animals
Summer 2019

By Kara Gavin

A recent poll found that pets play a major role in older adults’ lives

Stacks of books
Summer 2019

Michigan Medicine faculty making news

Summer 2019

BY KYLIE URBAN

Rural emergency department visits are on the rise

Faculty

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Summer 2019

By Lauren Crawford

How your everyday actions create unregulated health data

Deborah Berman, pictured here, second from left, with her two children and husband, Rich Dopp.
Summer 2019

BY LAUREN CRAWFORD

The focus and skill of a gymnast-turned-surgeon

Summer 2019

Professorships recently inaugurated

History

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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

Soldiers from Fort Riley, Kansas, ill with the flu at a nearby camp in 1918.
Fall 2018

BY KATIE VLOET

Dean Vaughan and the 1918 influenza pandemic

Alumni

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Walter Barkey
Summer 2019

By Amy Spooner

A dermatologist solves two long-standing mysteries

Latha Palaniappan
Summer 2019

By Lauren Crawford

How aggregating health data can cause unexpected problems

Summer 2019

The latest updates from our alumni

Lives Lived

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Lives Lived
Summer 2019

Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends

Raymond W. Ruddon Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
Summer 2019

Remembering a cherished leader and innovator

Terry J. Bergstrom, M.D.
Summer 2019

Remembering a devoted teacher and mentor

Development News

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Joyce and Don Massey
Fall 2018

BY KATIE VLOET AND SHELLEY ZALEWSKI

The Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation and U-M make TBI breakthroughs

Block Out Cancer
Fall 2017

Celebrities, community members support fight against childhood cancers

Carr family
Fall 2017

BY KATIE VLOET

Pediatric brain tumor research at Michigan Medicine

Gray Matters

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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

Fall 2018

BY ANNA LOK, M.D.

One researcher’s take on hepatitis C and the opioid crisis

Moments

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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

Andy Eggleston
Fall 2018

BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRYAN MITCHELL

Outsmarting stage fright