Clinical dental hygiene instructor sees courage in many aspects of her work.
Omaha Chamber Music Society trio will perform at noon.
UNMC College of Nursing online graduate program ranked among best by U.S. News & World Report.
Presentation to be held on Jan. 31.
Brent Khan, Ed.D., will present a lecture on resiliency and relaxation techniques at noon today.
Feb. 9 presentation will be held at UNMC Center for Nursing Science on Omaha campus.
Cyrus Desouza, M.B.B.S., is site director for two multicenter trials through the National Institutes of Health.
Alexander Rödlach, Ph.D., will speak Jan. 27 on "Culture, Clinical Care, and Intercultural Competence."
Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., talks with Chris Kratochvil, M.D., about a $19.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Papers are due Jan. 29 for May conference.
One colleague rides every day to promote health and save money.
Dr. Baxter's research focus is on abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Dr. Lewis' research focus is colon cancer.
Dr. Kielian and other UNMC researchers will be honored at a ceremony today.
Now in its seventh year at UNMC, 24-hour ice skating event has raised more than $155,000.
Dr. Tibbits' research focus is on interventions that promote healthy child and adolescent development.
Tritsch serves an essential role with the Institutional Review Board.
Registration still open for Jan. 25 conference.
Event will be held at 8 a.m. Jan. 30.
Hackley will retire after 37 years at UNMC.
Noon event will not be held.
Dr. Rizzo's research focuses on human neurocognitive performance across laboratory and real-world settings.
Dr. Thayer's research focus is to investigate genes that may contribute to the initiation, progression and regulation of pancreatic cancer.
College officials will meet with health departments in York, Grand Island, Hastings, Holdrege, McCook and North Platte.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
The event supports recreational therapy programming at the Munroe-Meyer Institute.
Dr. Norman's research explores using physical exercise to improve the physiologic response and quality of life of individuals with cardiopulmonary disorders.
Dr. Poluektova works to improve basic and translational studies for human immune system and infectious diseases.
Vice chancellor for research will be joined by Howard Fox, M.D., Ph.D., and others for event.
Keynote speaker is host of popular reality-based science shows.
Omaha Chamber Music Society musicians to perform at free concert.
Registered dietitian Meghan McLarney of the Nebraska Medicine Diabetes Center will speak on Jan. 17.
Alvoid will be retiring after 29 years in the UNMC Accounts Payable Department
Dr. Michaud aims to understand how arthritis and arthritis treatments affect people over time and how best to measure this impact.
Dr. Mailliard's research focuses on hepatitis C infection.
Event will help attendees strengthen resilience, well-being in face of challenging health care environment.
"This facility is going to help a lot of people," Quick says.
Delegation from Capital Medical University in Beijing pleased to collaborate with UNMC.
Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., talks with Kelly Caverzagie, M.D., an associate professor of internal medicine and chair of the Curriculum Committee for Training the Physicians of Tomorrow.
Dr. Li's research focus is on antibiotic and anti-cancer drug discovery.
Dr. Kutty's research focus is on myocardial function and ultrasonic contrast.
Researchers are asking rural survivors for insight into an Internet-based support program.
TravelSmart participants save money, increase health, improve environment.
Magnetoencephalography has led to a better understanding of diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and others.
Friday's performance the culmination of a successful new collaborative effort.
Training is designed to create a dialogue among employees in a respectful manner.
Dr. Jain's research focus is on pancreatic cancer.
Lynn Johnson, Ph.D., of the University of Michigan, will speak at noon this Thursday.
Dr. Xiong's research aims to develop strategies to prevent aortic aneurysm formation.
Ann Anderson Berry, M.D., Ph.D., traveled to China to provide simulation training on neonatal resuscitation.
Wilhelm's experience includes a variety of executive leadership positions for public and private corporations.
Advanced wine steward and V. Mertz manager Matthew Brown to speak.
Dr. Tubens is an assistant professor of obstetrics/gynecology.
Dr. Wang's research focus is on cardiovascular diseases.
Dr. Snowden's research aims to identify strategies to target the immune system in treatment of some pediatric infections.
Seven universities involved in consortium, including UCLA, Caltech, Harvard and Oxford.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Office will hold its inaugural Impact in Education Awards on Feb. 10.
Career development and networking series returns in February.
Dr. Scarsi's research focus is HIV pharmacotherapy.
Dr. Sanchez-Lockhart's research focuses on infectious diseases, immune responses and vaccination.
"Exploration in Education" is the theme for the event.
Terry Moore recognized by community leaders.
Dr. Hyde works to identify new drug targets and treatments for patients with acute myeloid leukemia.
Dr. Huh's research will improve understanding of organ development and provide molecules necessary for normal development and repair.
Event is open to the UNMC community.
Cathrin Carithers, D.N.P., has been named assistant dean for the UNMC College of Nursing Kearney Division.
Winter months increases risk for indoor air quality concerns and carbon monoxide.
Dr. Bilek's research focus is chronic disease prevention.
Dr. Conda Sheridan's research focus is nanotherapeutics.
Human genetics laboratory manager to retire after 41 years at UNMC.
Application period for grants, which seek to create a culture of health in local communities, begins Wednesday.