Dean Runge on the importance of employee appreciation
By Katie Whitney
How one man found his way out of a pandemic relapse.
Research shows the pandemic has made life harder, but simple strategies can help.
by Katie Whitney
U-M researchers are genetically engineering a mouse that could have massive implications for our understanding of COVID-19.
One teen’s story corroborates new research.
By Kara Gavin
A new study shows the difference in health between rich and poor is much larger in the U.S.
Five alumni awarded for achievement, service, research, and humanitarianism
Couch potato, couch potahto … anatomy aficionado?
New research shows pregnant women are freaked out.
An expert answers the most pressing questions.
Faculty milestones and accolades
Now he’s changing emergency medicine in Africa.
Professorships recently inaugurated
By Joel Howell
The 1918 flu and WWI wreaked havoc on U-M construction plans.
For a neurosurgeon, the hard part is dealing with the emotional fallout.
The latest updates from our alumni
An alumnus translates medicine for investors.
Experts weigh in on the latest research at Michigan Medicine.
By Katie Whitney; Photograph by Leisa Thompson
A medical student explores anthropology and emergency medicine.
Colin Campbell, M.D., former associate dean of the U-M Medical School, died December 1, 2019, at age 92.
James Collins (M.D. 1953, Residency 1958), a longtime pediatrician in Detroit, died February 16, 2020, at the age of 94.
Remembering our faculty, alumni, and friends
Robert Jaffe (M.D. 1957), professor emeritus of physiology and obstetrics and gynecology, died on June 22 at the age of 87.
Ralph Knopf (M.D. 1954, Residency 1959, Fellowship 1962), professor emeritus of internal medicine in the division of endocrinology and metabolism, died January 11, 2020.
Benedict R. Lucchesi (Ph.D. 1961, M.D. 1964), professor emeritus of pharmacology, died May 12, 2020, at age 86.
Jeremiah Turcotte (M.D. 1957, Residency 1963), professor emeritus of surgery and a transplant pioneer, died February 12, 2020, at the age of 87.
George Zuidema, M.D., former U-M executive vice provost for medical affairs, died on July 6 at the age of 92.