Richard and Susan Rogel’s $150M gift — the largest ever to Michigan Medicine — furthers their mission to boost innovative research while developing the next generation of cancer pioneers. The cancer center has been named in their honor.
Philanthropy and internal funding can help fill the gaps created by tight federal funding and support high-risk, high-reward research.
Some of the significant breakthroughs in cancer research at U-M
The Paths of Excellence program allows medical students to explore everything from new inventions to ancient methods of healing.
Shaping the future of cancer care and research
Philanthropy, internal funding can fill gaps when federal funding decreases
A selection of the significant breakthroughs in cancer research at U-M
Medical students explore and discover through Paths of Excellence
Anna and Denver, Michigan Medicine's two full-time therapy dogs, offer companionship, kindness, and something very special to everyone they meet.
eClinics at Michigan Medicine open the door to faster and easier visits, with more face time with physicians.
As the University celebrates its bicentennial, Dr. Philip Peven looks back on his own centennial
We need to protect our self-care and wellness, Dr. Runge says
The M-Home Olympics
Message from Dr. Runge
The first-ever Gupta Family Hackathon for Health Communication
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD | Photos by Sophie Masson Photography
U-M Student-Run Free Clinic offers compassionate care
Michigan Medicine faculty making news
BY LILLI KHATIBI
Seeking treatments for a speech disorder
Professorships recently inaugurated
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD
Reducing low-cost, high-volume tests and services could improve health care spending
BY LARA ZIELIN
Alumna Mary Hancock McLean, pioneering female surgeon
Dr. Howard Markel’s new book about the Kellogg brothers
Frederick Novy and the birth of the physician-scientist
BY JOHN MASSON
Words of wisdom from “Mr. Hockey”
The latest from our alumni
BY DEB MICHLING
Alum’s health scare challenges him to go for the gold
Mentor and OB-GYN trailblazer remembered
Award-winning professor of nuclear medicine remembered
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
Celebrities, community members support fight against childhood cancers
BY KATIE VLOET
Pediatric brain tumor research at Michigan Medicine
BY KARA GAVIN
A gift from the Prechter family supports bipolar research
BY RESHMA JAGSI, M.D., D.PHIL.
One faculty’s response to the #MeToo movement
BY BRITTANY ERVIN (M.D. CANDIDATE 2020)
Two brothers, two simultaneous opioid ODs
BY VINEET CHOPRA, M.D., M.SC.; AND SANJAY SAINT, M.D., M.P.H.
A mindful moment in a doctor's day
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD | PHOTOGRAPHY BY SILAS GRIMES
Improving the LGBTQ experience at Michigan Medicine
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTO BY BRYAN MITCHELL
Ph.D.-to-be in health infrastructures and learning systems
BY LAUREN CRAWFORD; PHOTO BY J. ADRIAN WYLIE
Stephen John's simple solution