Internal medicine physicians and residents are starting to make rounds with the new tools.
Dr. Chen is director of the Division of Medicine and Dentistry in the Bureau of Health Workforce at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
No changes can be made after 5 p.m. today.
UNMC students will present on creating e-learning modules on health care in Rwanda.
The program is designed to mentor and support new investigators and new ideas in HIV/AIDS research.
Vaccinations offered to colleagues through Dec. 22.
Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold will meet with the UNMC community.
Calls UNMC "a critical part of the future of Omaha and our state."
Dina Kawar's visit included tour of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
Technology developed by co-inventors Mark Carlson, M.D., Jingwei Xie, Ph.D., and Shixuan Chen, Ph.D., named Most Promising New Invention.
Refugee specialist for the Omaha Public School District will speak on campus Thursday.
Students were the first to participate in short-term PT exchange program.
Ice rinks, businesses team for special offer.
The Nov. 30 reading will highlight the life of Susan La Flesche.
Association of State & Provincial Psychology Boards presents him its service award.
Being healthy and sustainable go hand in hand -- nothing extra needed.
Dr. Gold speaks with Courtney Fletcher, Pharm. D., dean of the College of Pharmacy, about the iPads given to pharmacy students.
Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., will speak to UNMC community.
UNMC promotion offers 20 percent ticket discount.
Staff, students encouraged to help patients find their way in the Durham Outpatient Center.
Nebraska Neuroscience Alliance (NNA) annual dinner recognized Omaha Performing Arts President Joan Squires.
Rink will remain open through Feb. 4.
Physician assistant program still accepting donations to help homeless veterans.
Association is seeking hosts, guests for Thanksgiving dinners.
Event is open to UNMC/Nebraska Medicine community.
The Munroe-Meyer Institute's Woo-Yang Kim, Ph.D., and his team have findings published in Nature Neuroscience.
State senator visits Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, iEXCEL visualization hub.
Nebraska Medical Center receives advanced certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Marcia Shade, Ph.D., receives writing award, and other news and notes from the UNMC community.
Biannual event is hosted by Bridge to Care.
Drive, events mark UNMC's Veterans Day efforts.
Howard Liu, M.D., will receive the Creativity in Psychiatric Education Award from the American College of Psychiatrists.
Palladium Brass will perform at free concert series.
Copyright disputes lead to articles being removed from popular academic social media platform.
Author and advocate Ryan Sallans will speak at UNMC Monday.
Book focuses on basic principles of pharmaceutics, biopharmaceutics, dosage form design and drug delivery.
UNMC will have 12 genetic counselors on staff, leading the state of Nebraska.
Alena Balasanova, M.D., will be featured speaker.
Millard North junior is interested in autoimmune research.
Jane Pauley brings the "CBS Sunday Morning" crew to the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
Blankets will be donated to groups such as Ronald McDonald House, Project Harmony, Embrace the Nations and others.
A group of 20 aides to Nebraska lawmakers visited UNMC Nov. 1.
UNMC is a premier health care organization, so why do we care about sustainability?
Study results may help enable the design of improved glaucoma treatments, specifically for children.
Services will be held this morning for scientist and philanthropist whom colleagues call "brilliant," "modest" and "supremely interested in the betterment of science."
Dr. Gold talks with Matthew Martens, a Ph.D. student, about the work UNMC graduate students were involved in at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.
Alumni, faculty, staff and the public packed the celebration and awards ceremony.
Explore five centuries of art.
More than 200 children attend event designed for children with disabilities and complex health care needs.
Training expert Gretchen Finke Patras will speak at UNMC and UNO as part of this month's programming.
Grant-funded project lets interprofessional teams train together to reduce medication errors in older patients transitioning from the hospital to inpatient skilled nursing care.
More than 2,700 rheumatoid arthritis patients from 13 medical centers have enrolled in the Veterans Affairs Rheumatoid Arthritis registry.
Legislator is a longtime supporter of the Dr. Edwin Davis & Dorothy Balbach Davis Global Center for Advanced Interprofessional Learning, the future home to iEXCEL.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
Alana Schriver, refugee specialist for Omaha Public Schools, spoke last week on different cultural attitudes toward health care.
The Healing Arts Program is hosting a free lunchtime event with Opera Omaha on Nov. 7 at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
One-on-one counseling sessions are available by appointment.
Shelby Kutty, M.D., Ph.D., is lead author on newly published study in Circulation, an American Heart Association journal.
Dr. Gold talks with Mary Woolley, president of Research!America, about the importance of medical research and how the organization seeks to encourage more funding.
Program provides psychosocial care for patients and their families and education for residents on behavioral, emotional and social aspects of health care.
UNMC's David Warren, Ph.D., lands $20,000 pilot grant in "Shark Tank"-styled competition at inaugural Great Plains IDeA-CTR Scientific Meeting.
Nurse practitioner Emily Hill: "We're in health care. We want to help people."
Enrollment portal has new design, and classes are being held to help employees navigate the process.
UNO's International Professional Development Program represented both UNMC and UNO in Salalah, Oman, this October.
The Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum will be held on Feb. 17 in Omaha.