Dean Runge discusses the importance of patience and self-care
Questioning the use of virtual reality technology, remembering a classmate, and more
Dean Runge gives recent examples of teamwork at Michigan Medicine
Discovery research updates
The prize is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which also awards Nobel Prizes
A van gets converted into a speech lab
Q&A with the new executive vice dean for academic affairs
Faculty milestones and accolades
Professorships recently inaugurated
Carl E. Bartecchi
The unsung story of a Med School alum, Confederate soldier, POW, Union surgeon, pioneer, politician, and entrepreneur
By J. Alexander Navarro
People paid a price for prematurely celebrating the end of the 1918 flu pandemic.
By Katie Whitney
A historian unpacks the collection at U-M.
An alum fights racism in medicine and says we need to focus on policy changes
An oncologist is helping veterans get access to telehealth
The latest updates from our alumni
David Alvarez, D.O. (Residency 1995, Fellowship 1996), died January 13, 2022, at age 62.
Dolores “Dee” Soderquist Brehm died April 3, 2022, at age 91.
Otto Gago, M.D. (Residency 1967), died February 26, 2022, at age 86.
Megan VanStratt, Sarah Nodarse, and Noah Fromson
$10 million gift will rename the critical care institute for Max Harry Weil, M.D.
Researchers will work to find alternative treatments for non-small cell lung cancers that have become resistant to standard treatment
By MargaretAnn Cross
Paul and Carolyn Lichter make generous plans for the future.
Chief wellness officer talks about how to avoid burnout
By Mark Bicket, M.D.
Caring for patients with acute and chronic pain
By Dana Habers
A race to deliver COVID vaccines at Michigan Medicine
A first-generation student develops a web platform to break down barriers for others
A dual enrollee is focusing on his “why.”
by Katie Whitney
A medical student advocates for health care providers with disabilities.
By Kristy Demas
The hospital will be called the Pavilion at University of Michigan Health
By Maggie Callahan-Mabus
The Steinbergs are giving back to their "second family" at Michigan Medicine.
Bringing awareness to metastatic breast cancer