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Future doctors prepare to care for LGBTQIA+ patients
U-M medical students have created a curriculum to teach their peers about health care issues specific to LGBTQIA+ patients
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Football fun
Photo essay of the October 2023 football game between U-M and Indiana. Photos feature alums of the U-M Medical School, who attended the alumni reunion that weekend.
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Class Notes for winter 2024
Personal and professional updates from graduates of the University of Michigan Medical School.
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Meet the interventional radiologist who wants you to have his cell phone number
An interventional radiologist talks about non-invasive procedures and his close relationship with patients
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Obituary — Gary S. Sandall, M.D.
Remembering Gary S. Sandall, M.D. (M.D. 1960, Residency 1967). He died on September 11, 2023, at the age of 87.
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Alice Zheng was once skeptical of business
The course of Alice Zheng’s life changed when she audited a class at the U-M Ross School of Business during her first year of medical school. Before taking the class, Zheng was skeptical of business. Now she’s a venture capitalist supporting women’s health.
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Q&A: Advice for an aspiring physician
A physician-scientist talks with a new medical student about what it takes to achieve career goals — and work-life balance.
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We've been asking the wrong questions about kids and screen time
A researcher at Michigan Medicine is asking different questions and finding fresh answers that put less pressure on parents and more on the tech industry.
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What does it all mean?
Why it's important to talk about spirituality in medical school.
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In Memoriam
Remembering our faculty, alums, and friends.
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An early injury inspired a career in medicine
When Henry Bell Jr. was a young boy, his sister was mowing the lawn and ran over the rock, which hit him in the eye. He spent two weeks in the hospital and discovered his dream: to become an ophthalmologist.
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Massive bruise was first clue to bleeding disorder
When a minor injury led to a bruise that covered most of his leg, Wayne Sit started to suspect something was wrong. It was a long journey to being diagnosed with Von Willebrand disease.
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