A Medical School program inspires high school students from underrepresented communities to pursue careers in health care. “It makes me hopeful for the future of medicine,” says one medical student mentor.
Some animals are able to regrow tissues lost to injury or disease. Zebrafish do this in their retinas, which are remarkably similar to our own. So do humans also have these tools to repair a diseased retina? If so, what are they?
One family’s century-long journey at the Medical School reflects changes in the profession — and in the culture at large.
Meet the physicians and researchers of the future
Breakthroughs in retinal repair
Four generations at the Medical School
As the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program comes to an end, a new program launches and builds on its successes.
The latest in imaging, mechanisms of injury and treatment: A Q&A with Corrie M. Yablon, M.D.
From an innovative coating for joint replacements to a promising drug for the painful inflammatory disease scleroderma, 11 new biomedical ideas that emerged from research across Michigan
Becoming Michigan Medicine
How funding cuts impact research
Letters from our readers
By Katie Vloet
Bridging medicine and law
The ACA and Healthy Michigan Plan's impact
Michigan Medicine faculty making news
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD
Ella Kazerooni: Innovator and advocate
Faculty milestones and accolades
Quality maternal care for every woman
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; Photo by Austin Thomason
A 19th century medical sham
Bruce Carr's innovations in reproductive endocrinology
The latest from our alumni
By Lauren Crawford
An alumna realizes her dream at NASA
Lives Lived: Pediatric hematologist/oncologist
Lives Lived: Pioneer in treatment of heart disease
Lives Lived: U-M’s chief health officer
BY KARA GAVIN
A gift from the Prechter family supports bipolar research
By Kara Gavin
Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg’s gift will help transform depression treatment
By Nicole Fawcett
A $17.5 million gift establishes the Forbes Institute for Cancer Discovery
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 Alexandra Minna Stern, Ph.D.
Reflecting on early 20th century eugenic sterilization practices in California
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
An M2 student hopes to inspire those from similar backgrounds