Michigan Medicine

  1. March 21, 2022

    Michigan Medicine, ISR, LSA staffers receive Candace Johnson Award

    Three staff members are being honored this year with Candace Johnson Awards, a nod to their service amid challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  2. March 7, 2022

    Michigan Medicine notifies patients of health information breach

    Michigan Medicine is notifying approximately 2,920 patients about an employee email account that was compromised, which may have exposed some of their health information.

  3. February 21, 2022

    Hockey game turns into lifesaving ordeal for cardiologist

    Jeff Zampi, a pediatric cardiologist at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, helped save the life of a family friend who collapsed during a hockey game in December.

  4. February 17, 2022

    Regents Roundup — February 2022

    Other items approved by the Board of Regents at its Feb. 17 meeting.

  5. February 16, 2022

    ECRT fills key leadership positions as new office takes shape

    The Equity, Civil Rights and Title IX Office recently filled two key leadership positions as it expands with a more prominent focus on prevention and support efforts.

  6. February 14, 2022

    Arul Chinnaiyan awarded Sjöberg Prize for cancer research

    Arul M. Chinnaiyan, the S.P. Hicks Professor of Pathology and Urology at Michigan Medicine, has been awarded the 2022 Sjöberg Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

  7. February 8, 2022

    Maternity care workers expressed anguish early in pandemic

    Researchers from the School of Nursing and the Obstetrics Initiative at Michigan Medicine asked nurses, physicians and midwives across Michigan, “How has COVID-19 impacted your work?”

  8. January 25, 2022

    Q&A: What do we know about the omicron variant?

    Laraine Washer, professor of internal medicine, answers some common questions about the highly contagious omicron variant and what being infected means.

  9. January 25, 2022

    $10M gift, renaming of institute honor critical care field’s pioneer

    Michigan Medicine will rename its critical care research institute after U-M alumnus Max Harry Weil, a pioneer in critical care medicine, to recognize his family’s $10 million donation for advancing research and innovation.

  10. January 24, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.