Second-year medical student Chaitanya Medicherla explores the effects of immune cells on cancer development as part of his Area of Scholarly Concentration research project.
Paper published in the Journal of Dental Research shows that nanodiamonds could serve as non-invasive delivery vehicles of growth factors to bone.
A group of medical students spent a month volunteering in urban and rural clinics and learning about public health in India.
Jennifer Heller, a fifth-year PhD candidate, uses animal models of colitis to better understand how the adaptive immune system becomes dysregulated.
Students in the Physician Assistant Program celebrated National Physician Assistant Week by raising awareness about the training and career of PAs, as well as by holding a keynote lecture and reception.
The official start to the academic year, the annual Founders’ Day Convocation includes the recitation of the Declaration of Geneva and the handing out of white coats to the incoming class.
To hone critical thinking and investigational skills, rising second-year students conduct research projects over the summer as part of the new curriculum. Two students share their work in basic science.
Program will integrate training in mental healthcare for LGBT clients with rotations in an infectious disease clinic and more.
Graduates of the sixth class of the Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety program and the third class of the Master of Science in Health Services and Outcomes Research program were recognized at the Center for Education in Health Sciences 2013 Convocation on June 29.
The 161 members of the Class of 2013 celebrated their commencement ceremony with friends, family, and faculty at Chicago’s Navy Pier Grand Ballroom on May 23.