Can talking about failure transform the “toxic” culture of medical education?
Can talking about failure reform the “toxic” culture of medical education?
Hartland Schools help create fantasy worlds at Mott.
Dean Runge on the power of optimism and humor
Dean Runge on the importance of employee appreciation
A letter from the editors on the COVID-19 special issue
Test your scientific knowledge of COVID-19 and the RNA vaccines.
The lighter side of health and healing
By Katie Whitney
Couch potato, couch potahto … anatomy aficionado?
David Fessell, M.D., knows the value of a good laugh.
Faculty milestones and accolades
Professorships recently inaugurated
A historian unpacks the collection at U-M.
By Joel Howell
The 1918 flu and WWI wreaked havoc on U-M construction plans.
BY JAMES TOBIN
150 years ago, U-M made history when it converted a professor’s house
Five Habits to Boost Your Resilience Repertoire
The latest updates from our alumni
An ophthalmologist helps blind people drive bumper cars.
Gordon F. VanOtteren (M.D. 1960) died November 30, 2020, at the age of 84.
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
Colin Campbell, M.D., former associate dean of the U-M Medical School, died December 1, 2019, at age 92.
BY TIFFANI LANGFORD
The institute will pursue diabetes research and life-changing therapies
BY KRISTY DEMAS
Encouraging high-risk, high-impact projects
BY MARGARETANN CROSS
Generous donations support COVID-19 philanthropy
Experts weigh in on the latest research at Michigan Medicine.
BY JANICE FIRN, RESHMA JAGSI, ANDREW SHUMAN, KAYTE SPECTOR-BAGDADY, AND CHRISTIAN VERCLER*
From patient-centered to community-centered decision making
BY SARAH J. CLARK, MPH
Data show which policies parents support
She brings her gender studies chops to all aspects of life and school.
By Katie Whitney; Photograph by Leisa Thompson
A medical student explores anthropology and emergency medicine.
BY KATIE VLOETPHOTOGRAPH BY LEISA THOMPSON
Air Force pilot to M1
The GreaterGood passes two big milestones of giving.
By Matt Trevor
For most people, a power outage or a broken bottle would be minor inconveniences. For Alene (Franklin) Lipshaw, they were nearly catastrophic.
Jim Wigginton has always said he would go to great heights to remember his beloved wife, Nancy, and to spread the word about thyroid cancer and quality of life for cancer patients.