A remarkable team of specialists helps kids being treated at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital feel more at home — and more like themselves.
Experts from the U-M Medical School, School of Public Health and VA Center for Clinical Management Research are working together to take on multi-chronic conditions, an increasingly complex issue that requires comprehensive, coordinated solutions.
Marschall Runge, in his new role as dean of the Medical School, is implementing his vision to ensure U-M continues to provide the very best, value-based medical care for our patients
Is histotripsy the next wave of noninvasive surgery?
Mott program heartens hospitalized children
U-M experts tackle complexities of multi-chronic conditions
Marschall Runge and his future plans for UMHS
On March 18, 2016, 161 University of Michigan medical students found out their destinies.
Carl Engelke could have been a professional musician. Instead, he’s helping develop new therapeutic strategies to treat cancer...
The Child and Family Life Services Department, or CFL, was founded in 1922 at the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.
Cultivating collaboration across the Health System
Considering gender representation in academic medicine
Letters from our readers
By Allison Wilson
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Reporting by Mary Masson
Sizing up the new Brighton health center project
Investigating the impact of attacks on the Syrian health system
Radiologist refines detection of prostate cancer
By Lauren Crawford
The rise of depression in young doctors
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A surgeon's calling to improve patient quality of life
By Joel Howell, M.D., Ph.D.
How U-M influenced contemporary medical education
Bloodletting technology of the 1800s
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An early philanthropic gift helped transform research
An alumna's commitment to excellence and education
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Pulmonologist leaves indelible mark on those he mentored
An alum who helped change the conversation about women’s issues
Remembering our faculty and alumni
By Allison Wilson with additional reporting by Whitley Hill
U-M’s new pediatric inpatient psychiatry unit
Michigan alum supports high-impact, early team science
Reporting by Margaretann Cross
Supporting research to advance treatment and prevention of the world's second-leading cause of blindness
By Steven Katz, MPH, M.D.
Precision communication for treatment of cancer: from patients to population and back
By Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher
The ethics of decision-making in medicine
An M3 student finds poetry in medicine
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