Medical School

  1. January 25, 2021

    XR Initiative funds 13 new extended reality projects

    The university’s XR Initiative is funding 13 new XR Innovation projects that work with faculty to develop course content using commercially available extended reality authoring platforms.

  2. January 11, 2021

    Brahmajee Nallamothu named new Precision Health co-director

    Brahmajee Nallamothu, the Stevo Julius Research Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and professor of internal medicine in the Medical School, has become co-director of Precision Health at U-M.

  3. January 11, 2021

    Obituary — Irwin J. Goldstein

    Irwin J. Goldstein, a professor emeritus pf biological chemistry and longtime Ann Arbor resident, died Dec. 26 in Chelsea, Michigan. He was 91.

  4. December 18, 2020

    XR Initiative at 1: Milestones met as pandemic brings challenges

    A little over a year after leaders at the Center for Academic Innovation announced an XR Initiative, the first funded faculty projects are moving along nicely.

  5. November 24, 2020

    U-M scientists, engineers named 2020 AAAS fellows

    Eight U-M faculty members have been elected 2020 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. They are among 489 newly elected fellows announced by AAAS.

  6. November 10, 2020

    Glioblastoma nanomedicine eradicates brain cancer in mice

    A new synthetic protein nanoparticle capable of slipping past the nearly impermeable blood-brain barrier in mice could deliver cancer-killing drugs directly to malignant brain tumors, new U-M research shows.

  7. October 5, 2020

    Clinical analyst discovers buzz around beekeeping

    Jennette Green, a clinical analyst for the Department of Family Medicine in the Medical School, took up beekeeping at her Manchester home several years ago.

  8. September 21, 2020

    Accolades — September 2020

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  9. September 15, 2020

    Testing the deceased could aid virus surveillance, study shows

    Testing for the coronavirus on those who have died could supplement other forms of surveillance and serve as a possible early outbreak warning sign, U-M researchers say.

  10. September 14, 2020

    Research on aging expands at U-M with $15M in grants

    New grants totaling more than $15 million will amplify U-M’s ability to conduct research on aging and to help identify and address issues facing older adults today and into the future.