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Celebrating Another Successful Match Day.
Latest U.S. News & World Report rankings released.
Physicians, residents and medical students gathered in Lansing to speak with Michigan's senators and representatives on behalf of family physicians and they patients they serve.
Led by two of the nation’s leading Deaf scientists, the grant aims to reduce health disparity among the nation’s Deaf population.
Another post on Dr. Shumer's popular blog.
In a blog entitled “ Insights on Residency Training ,” Gregory D. Shumer, M.D. , co-chief resident, shares his thoughts on what to do when the going gets tough.
As mixed methods research becomes more popular, Department faculty are continually seeking ways to better utilize this exciting method. Dr. Wu will participate as a Scholar in the NIH Mixed Methods Research Training Program
World-renowned men's health expert, Joel J. Heidelbaugh, M.D., met with other leaders in men's health in Washington, D.C.
Celebrating more family physicians being inducted into this prestigious league.
A family medicine study finds that an electronic reminder system helped boost rates of vaccination against tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough.
Dr. Sen’s statistical support of family medicine faculty and residents earns well-deserved recognition from the University of Michigan.
The Department announces the establishment of the Karen R. Fonde, M.D. Family Medicine Underserved Populations Fund in memorial of Dr. Fonde's legacy.
Dr. Earl Zazove establishes a lectureship to support family medicine.
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