U-M’s work to reduce stigma and improve care of pelvic floor disorders
An interdisciplinary investigation of misfolding proteins and their role in several diseases
A U-M partnership to improve ENT care in Ghana
A new approach to the practice of surgical pathology for brain tumor patients could make for a powerful combination: more accurate, safer and more efficient operations.
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
As the American population gets older and fatter, the crash-test dummies used to test the cars people drive are changing, too.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Cancer Moonshot and its potential effect on research
Letters from our readers
By Allison Wilson
Using smartphone technology to improve genetic services and reduce birth defects in Ethiopia
By Nicole Fawcett
Eric Fearon becomes center’s new director
U-M hospitals go green
Helping improve fertility outcomes for cancer survivors
Recent books authored or edited by U-M faculty
Faculty milestones and accolades
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
By James Tobin
A university rivalry and the roots of college football
By Lauren Crawford
An alumna realizes her dream at NASA
The latest from our alumni
The latest from alumni
Remembering our faculty and alumni
An emeritus faculty member in cell and developmental biology
A pediatric surgeon whose work focused improving children's lives
By Kara Gavin
Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg’s gift will help transform depression treatment
A $17.5 million gift establishes the Forbes Institute for Cancer Discovery
By Allison Wilson with additional reporting by Whitley Hill
U-M’s new pediatric inpatient psychiatry unit
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 Steven Katz, MPH, M.D.
Precision communication for treatment of cancer: from patients to population and back
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
An M3 student finds poetry in medicine