UNMC Research Rockets Above $100 Million In 1999, researchers at UNMC accepted a challenge to triple grant funding in 10 years. Now, a decade later, funding has increased by 322 percent despite inflation and the economic downturn.
A Quest for Memory After Tsuneya Ikezu, M.D., Ph.D., finally understood Einstein’s relativity theories, he turned his attention to memory impairment for people with dementia.
An Innovator at Heart From childhood, Rod Markin, M.D., Ph.D., loved to solve problems. Recently, he was honored as one of the most prolific inventors at UNMC.
Getting it Right There’s nobody better in the world at analyzing bone and soft tissue tumors than pathologist Julia Bridge, M.D. She’s a true Sherlock Holmes in her profession.
Cure for Cancer Lies in Strategy Cancer is not one disease, but many and that’s why it’s so hard to cure. Cancer researcher Rob Lewis, Ph.D., has adopted ancient Chinese warrior strategies in his effort to develop therapies for this elusive enemy.