An artificial placenta being developed at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital for the treatment of extreme prematurity may one day save thousands of lives.
BioArtography blends science and art, showcasing beauty at the microscopic level.
The U-M Depression Center and Department of Psychiatry are finding ways to treat veterans, students, and others where they are, changing the lives of people who may not otherwise receive mental health treatment.
An artificial placenta for micro preemies?
The beauty of BioArtography
Depression help, where you are
Gift to Food Allergy Center at University of Michigan to be named for young man who died of exposure to peanut products
In 2015 Curtis Cummins (M.D. 1995) had a chance encounter with medical student Kaitlyn Patterson, a Cadillac, Michigan, native, during a community bike ride.
As the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program comes to an end, a new program launches and builds on its successes.
The M-Home Olympics
Message from Dr. Runge
Dr. Novy III and Doctors of Tomorrow
By Katie Vloet
The new Chief Concern Course
Revelations from gene sequencing
BY KATIE VLOET
Research about the hijra in India
BY MIKE WILK
Dr. Mmeje’s efforts to decrease STIs
Professorships recently inaugurated
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; Illustration by Karolin Schnoor
Q&A about firearm violence risk in youths
Dr. Howard Markel’s new book about the Kellogg brothers
BY LARA ZIELIN
Frederick Novy and the birth of the physician-scientist
BY LAURA HIRSHBEIN, M.D., PH.D.; AND JOEL HOWELL, M.D., PH.D.
On cigarettes, once ubiquitous in hospitals
By Lauren Crawford
An alumna’s passions culminate in award-winning debut novel
By Kasie Pleiness and Lauren Crawford
A storied 50-year career
The latest from our alumni
Radiology professor known for work on PET imaging
Professor emeritus of psychology
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
Celebrities, community members support fight against childhood cancers
Pediatric brain tumor research at Michigan Medicine
BY KARA GAVIN
A gift from the Prechter family supports bipolar research
BY BRITTANY ERVIN (M.D. CANDIDATE 2020)
Two brothers, two simultaneous opioid ODs
BY VINEET CHOPRA, M.D., M.SC.; AND SANJAY SAINT, M.D., M.P.H.
A mindful moment in a doctor's day
BY RAYMOND DE VRIES, PH.D.
Public trust and the future of precision medicine
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTO BY BRYAN MITCHELL
Ph.D.-to-be in health infrastructures and learning systems
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTO BY J. ADRIAN WYLIE
Stephen John's simple solution
By Lauren Crawford; Photo by J. Adrian Wylie
An alumna and current resident reflects on designing the Medical School’s new flag