By Katie Whitney
Our first quiz was really tough.
By Katie Vloet
And maybe more than two. Rogers (Ph.D. 1993), director of food safety research and testing at Consumer Reports, has some well-informed thoughts about romaine, bagged salads, and boxed meals.
By Kara Gavin
An astounding piece of news hit Ann Arbor in January 2007: A giant pharmaceutical company would leave town, after 50 years of developing new medicines in the northeast corner of the city.
By David Pratt
A carillonist and composer helps students connect with the humanities through a performance about social justice and healing.
Dr. David Brown and the Life Sciences Orchestra
The 166th University of Michigan Medical School Commencement had a remarkable 166 graduates.
Several members of the graduation class of 2016 were honored
In a ceremony at Hill Auditorium, 172 aspiring physicians received their first white coats
On March 18, 2016, 161 University of Michigan medical students found out their destinies.
The Child and Family Life Services Department, or CFL, was founded in 1922 at the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.
Recent books authored or edited by U-M faculty.
A weekend of celebration, camaraderie and fun
We welcome the incoming class of U-M medical student