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New rules will ensure safety and help keep track of traveling students.
Three years since its re-introduction, a student-driven Medicine in Spanish program at UMMS is thriving.
Recent UMMS-led publications document increased attendance, reduced carbon footprint for the 2021 conference
Applications for 2022 Partnership Development Grants are due Sept. 30, 2022.
What exactly is meant by ‘global health equity’? In a recent publication, a group of prominent researchers offers a new definition.
The application deadline is Aug. 20, 2022 for the session set to begin this fall.
A program that provides U-M trainees with opportunities for extended mentored research training experiences abroad will continue following a recent federal grant renewal.
Though a world apart, first-year residents in the United States and China have more in common than they might imagine, including bouts of depression, a new study suggests.
Using colorectal cancer as a test case, research collaborators from U-M and the Aga Khan University (AKU) are proposing that AI and machine learning could be effective in addressing some of the continent’s health challenges.
Established with help from Michigan Medicine, a new fellowship program in Ethiopia for family planning and reproductive health is improving maternal care and increasing options for women.
A faculty member has garnered a Fulbright scholarship to spend the upcoming year in Rwanda developing the nation’s first pediatric cardiology training program.
Long-delayed by the pandemic, a Michigan Medicine-hosted conference on prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is set to take place next month.
Application window to submit Letters of Intent runs May 16 to June 13, 2022.
Underfunded and little-understood, the common neurological condition should be part of the influential GBD study, the research team says.
Help EMERGE, the international emergency medicine research network, develop questions and ideas for future research.
Inexpensive and effective, cholesterol-lowering statins are ubiquitous in the United States to reduce the risk of heart disease. But a new study finds infrequent use in low-resource countries.
Among this year's presenters were more than 30 researchers from across the University
A medical student’s extended research project in Ghana was a success despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sometimes the best way to think outside the box is to just build a brand new box from scratch.
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