Medical School

  1. May 13, 2024

    Awards honor advisers from CoE, Michigan Medicine, LSA

    The Advising Council of U-M has recognized Michelle Sonderman in the College of Engineering and Samantha Wilhelmi of the Medical School for outstanding academic advising.

  2. May 10, 2024

    Pair receives Javits Award for work on stroke health disparities

    Two U-M researchers have received the Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for their work on stroke health disparities in Mexican Americans.

  3. May 1, 2024

    Bold Challenges awards $700K for eight research teams

    Eight interdisciplinary teams from across U-M have received more than $700,000 from the Bold Challenges’ Accelerate Program to explore innovative research projects that address a wide range of societal challenges.

  4. April 26, 2024

    OVPR awards 15 staff members for research service, leadership

    The Office of the Vice President for Research will recognize 15 staff members from across U-M for their outstanding service and leadership in advancing research, scholarship and creative practice.

  5. April 24, 2024

    Medical marijuana use decreased in recreational‑use states 

    Recent data on medical cannabis use found enrollment in medical cannabis programs increased overall from 2016-22, but decreased in states where nonmedical cannabis use became legal.

  6. April 9, 2024

    SACUA elects Rebekah Modrak chair, Heather O’Malley vice chair

    The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs has elected Rebekah Modrak of the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design as chair and Heather O’Malley of the Medical School as vice chair for the upcoming school year.

  7. March 19, 2024

    National Academies of Practice inducts six from U-M for 2024

    Six members of the U-M community have been inducted into the National Academies of Practice, an alliance of health care professionals who collaborate to transform health and well-being.

  8. March 11, 2024

    Americans’ trust in science survived polarization, Trump attacks

    Americans’ basic confidence in science and scientific expertise was unshaken by the Trump administration’s attacks on scientific expertise, and has remained high during the last six decades.

  9. March 11, 2024

    U-M researchers open new leads in anti-HIV drug development

    A team of U-M researchers has successfully modified a naturally occurring chemical compound in the lab, resulting in advanced lead compounds with anti-HIV activity.

  10. March 11, 2024

    It Happened at Michigan — Dr. Death comes to campus

    Nicknamed “Dr. Death” early in his medical career because of his strong support of euthanasia, Jack Kevorkian was a 1952 graduate of the Medical School.