Health & Medicine

  1. April 4, 2024

    Center for IPE presents awards for innovation, excellence

    The Center for Interprofessional Education has awarded two teams with awards recognizing those who have made outstanding contributions in advancing interprofessional education and practice.

  2. March 28, 2024

    U-M Health to buy land in Troy for new clinical facility

    U-M Health plans to build a multi-specialty facility at the former Kmart headquarters in Troy to expand specialty clinical services and increase patient access to the Oakland County region.

  3. March 28, 2024

    Mott to house pediatric emergency services fast track clinic

    U-M Health’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital plans to build a $5.4 million emergency services fast track clinic to treat children, teens and young adults with lower acuity conditions.

  4. March 18, 2024

    Grant supports tuition-free midwifery program at U-M

    The School of Nursing has partnered with Birth Detroit to launch the Michigan Maternity Care Traineeship Program, and a federal grant will support the financial and mentorship needs of students.

  5. 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.

  6. March 7, 2024

    Michigan Medicine reducing anesthesia-related emissions

    Michigan Medicine has reduced greenhouse gas emissions associated with inhaled anesthesia by 88% over the past year, in support of universitywide carbon neutrality.

  7. March 4, 2024

    Four U-M teams selected for virtual tournament of science

    As March Madness approaches for basketball fans, the biomedical research equivalent — STAT Madness — has four U-M teams entered in its initial 64-team bracket.

  8. March 4, 2024

    $7.5 million gift advances care for children with complex needs

    A $7.5 million gift to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital will help advance technology-enabled care and provide social work services to families of children who have complex medical needs.

  9. February 20, 2024

    $3.7M NIH grant will boost study of new cancer therapy

    In a major advancement for cancer research at U-M, researcher Mats Ljungman has been awarded a $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

  10. February 19, 2024

    Early sepsis detection tool may be cribbing doctors’ suspicions

    Proprietary artificial intelligence software designed to be an early warning system for sepsis can’t differentiate high and low risk patients before they receive treatments, a U-M study has found.