Surgery

Norman Boeve
Spring 2018

BY DEB MICHLING

Alum’s health scare challenges him to go for the gold

ON A MISSION Mary Hancock McLean (M.D. 1883) became a champion for those in need, both in her native St. Louis and around the world. The newspaper clip below highlights one of her overseas missions: “Here in St. Louis, a cultured woman has abandoned an income of $10,000 a year and the comforts and enjoyments of the land of her birth to become a missionary in China.”
Spring 2018

BY LARA ZIELIN

Alumna Mary Hancock McLean, pioneering female surgeon

Knee bones
April 2017

By Katie Vloet

The latest in imaging, mechanisms of injury and treatment: A Q&A with Corrie M. Yablon, M.D.

February 2017

By Haley Otman

Daniel H. Teitelbaum
Winter 2017

A pediatric surgeon whose work focused improving children's lives

Winter 2017

By Allison Wilson, with Additional reporting by William Foreman

A U-M partnership to improve ENT care in Ghana

A surgeon at war
Fall 2016

The scrapbooks of Frederick A. Coller, M.D.

The All India Institute of Medical
Fall 2016

By Allison Wilson

U-M partnership in India drives new research in trauma

Donald R. Kahn
Fall 2016

A groundbreaking cardiac surgeon who performed some of the earliest bypass surgeries in the Midwest