Congratulations to the 82 UMHS physicians on this year’s Hour Detroit Top Doctors list! The list is the result of a peer survey administered by Hour Detroit to doctors around the Detroit area. State-licensed M.D.s and D.O.s in Livingston, Macomb, Read on! →
U-M Gastroenterologist William Chey, M.D., professor of internal medicine, says the average American is not eating nearly enough fiber in an article about foods that prevent constipation. Read more in "Prevention Magazine."
Amir Ghaferi, M.D., assistant professor of surgery, examines whether therapy visits should be mandatory for patients after weight loss surgery. Read more on CNN.
Vasantha Padmanabhan, M.S., Ph.D., professor of pediatrics and Obgyn at U-M A study led by U-M’s Vasantha Padmanabhan suggesting that exposure to BPA in pregnancy is tied to low birth weight in girls received national press coverage. Padmanabhan, a professor Read on! →
Youth from UMHS Adolescent Health Initiative’s Teen Advisory Council, TAC TAC, created the three-minute video, explaining how health centers can meet the needs of young adults. About the video: “Drawing a Picture: Adolescent Centered Medical Homes” illustrates many of the Read on! →
Dr. Park is pioneering efforts at the College to incorporate planned and intentional learning opportunities for interprofessional education into her experiential rotations, which will involve students from College of Pharmacy, Medical School and School of Nursing Jeong (Jamie) Park, Pharm.D., Read on! →
Dean Potempa's WSJ Experts blog post explains why she's supporting increased climate change/health effects education for health care practitioners. Read more here.
The College of Pharmacy has released its quarterly newsletter eInteractions. Topics covered include: New Chief Pharmacy Officer Stanley Kent The first student sponsored endowed scholarship at the College Dr. Karen Farris appointment as chair of the Department of Clinical, Social, Read on! →
Two upcoming events will allow faculty, staff and community members to return their unused, expired or unneeded medications. The events will ensure that your old medications will be disposed of safely, without negatively impacting our environment. Pain Prescription Take-Back Day Read on! →
The Pills (Blue) and Blades (Yellow) took to the ice at Yost Ice Arena to raise money for heart transplant and LVAD patients and their families More than 100 U-M Cardiovascular Center patients, their families and staff gathered at University Read on! →