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U-M Rehabilitates Belgium Terrorist Attack Survivor

Sebastien Bellin was able to escape the first explosion during the terrorist attack at Brussels Airport on March 22 — but not the second.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit and Sebastien Bellin

U-M Students Launch Medical Journal

The U-M Medical School recently launched the Michigan Journal of Medicine, or MJM, a student-led, open access journal.

Michigan Journal of Medicine

Healthy Listening

It’s a common scenario: Research is shared via journals or at conferences, but rarely do scientists relay those results outside of their academic niche.

microphone illustration

Forum

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Marschall Runge, M.D., Ph.D.
Spring 2016

Cultivating collaboration across the Health System

Jagsi, Gyetko, Brown
Spring 2016

Considering gender representation in academic medicine

Spring 2016

Letters from our readers

News & Research

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Scott Hollister (left) and Glenn Green
Spring 2016

By Allison Wilson

Collaboration proves potential of 3-D printing to improve surgical planning

Abstract
Spring 2016

Reporting by Mary Masson

Sizing up the new Brighton health center project

Health workers participate in a “die-in” near the United Nations in New York City to draw attention to attacks on Syrian hospitals.
Spring 2016

By Allison Wilson

Investigating the impact of attacks on the Syrian health system

Faculty

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Davenport, pictured at far left, and his colleagues
Spring 2016

By Allison Wilson

Radiologist refines detection of prostate cancer

Author Q&A
Spring 2016

By Lauren Crawford

The rise of depression in young doctors

Shawn Hervey-Jumper
Spring 2016

By Tiffani Langford

A surgeon's calling to improve patient quality of life

History

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A co-ed, 1893 demonstration in nervous diseases class.
Spring 2016

By Joel Howell, M.D., Ph.D.

How U-M influenced contemporary medical education

Artificial Leech
Spring 2016

Bloodletting technology of the 1800s

Simpson Memorial Institute
Fall-Winter 2015

By Dea Boster

An early philanthropic gift helped transform research

Alumni

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Louito Edje
Spring 2016

By Lauren Crawford

An alumna's commitment to excellence and education

Antal Solyom
Spring 2016

By Lauren Crawford

How one alum's diagnosis changed his life

Class Notes
Spring 2016

Catching up with alumni

Lives Lived

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Robert A. Green
Spring 2016

Pulmonologist leaves indelible mark on those he mentored

Elaine C. Pierson-Mastroianni
Spring 2016

An alum who helped change the conversation about women’s issues

Lives Lived
Spring 2016

Remembering our faculty and alumni

Development News

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Jo Elyn Nyman
Spring 2016

By Allison Wilson with additional reporting by Whitley Hill

U-M’s new pediatric inpatient psychiatry unit

Liz and Eric Lefkofsky
Fall-Winter 2015

By Allison Wilson

Michigan alum supports high-impact, early team science

Kellogg Eye Center
Fall-Winter 2015

Reporting by Margaretann Cross

Supporting research to advance treatment and prevention of the world's second-leading cause of blindness

Gray Matters

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Choosing a Path
Spring 2016

By Steven Katz, MPH, M.D.

Precision communication for treatment of cancer: from patients to population and back

A Calculation of Risk
Fall-Winter 2015

By Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher

The ethics of decision-making in medicine

Moments

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Tina Gou
Spring 2016

By Lauren Crawford

An M3 student finds poetry in medicine

Hannah Cheriyan
Fall-Winter 2015

By Lauren Crawford

Former NICU patient starts medical school at U-M, poised to advance the technology that helped save her life