HEROES was funded by a University of Nebraska Programs of Excellence Grant program implemented in 2005
Discovered Free Radical Theory of Aging and importance of antioxidants in slowing aging
The study, published in Tobacco Control, a British Medical Journal publication, recently was featured in a podcast.
Will head to Capitol Hill next spring to learn about the legislative process, health policy, and advocacy in organized medicine.
Dr. Amr Soliman named president-elect of American Association for Cancer Education
Lab testing for Ebola requires thinking 'outside the box'
Awards will be presented at the 39th Annual Research Conference on April 16-19 in Indianapolis.
Goal is to make the electronic health record more useful for health professionals, safer for patients.
Nebraska Medicine also involved as new residency program, academic department are planned
To qualify for the dean's list, students must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and have a grade point average of 3.75 or above.
One of 50 U.S. centers participating in NOBLE Study
UNMC College of Nursing sponsors Nov. 11 event as part of Project Linus
Recognizes the most important scientific paper that will lead to a faster cure for arthritis and related diseases
Credited with turning gastroenterology into one of UNMC's centers of excellence
The week is set aside to recognize the health professionals for their contributions to health care and the difference they make in patients' lives.
The research study will test three treatments for improving bone strength and preventing bone loss
Free health screenings, flu shots and health education on a variety of issues, will be provided