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After a national search, Christian Pettker, MD, has been selected to serve as chair and department executive officer of the OBGYN department
Maddie Fortman is a second-year student in the University of Iowa Physician Assistant Studies and Services Program. She shares some of the ways she has found support during PA training and how she's learned and grown so far.
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine faculty members whose published research manuscripts have had a lasting impact on science and medicine will be honored at the college’s Wall of Scholarship dedication April 29.
A search committee has been named, starting the national search for the next Department of Surgery chair and departmental executive officer.
What is regenerative medicine? How can it help patients? What options are available? Join us today as we discuss these topics. CME credit available.
The Stead Family Scholars Program aims to advance the development of outstanding early-career faculty of the UI Carver College of Medicine and give a boost to help “risky” projects into the next phase of research. Each investigator receives $125,000 in annual research funding for three years. As we anticipate the announcement of the 2024 cohort, we caught up with the current Stead Family Scholars to see how their research has progressed since they were selected.
Drawing on modern culinary techniques, University of Iowa researchers have developed a carbon-monoxide-infused foam that can be applied topically to wounds and improves healing in models of diabetic wounds and pressure ulcers. The results of the study, led by James Byrne, MD, PhD, assistant professor of radiation oncology and biomedical engineering, were published March 12 in Device, a Cell Press journal.
Alongside fourth-year medical students nationwide, the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Class of 2024 learn where they’ll be going for residency training on Friday, March 15. Meet five of these outstanding students and learn more about how this year's Match Day stacked up for our next group of new physicians.
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Undergrad: University of Iowa Applied to Match: Pediatrics
Hometown: Baldwin City, Kansas Undergrad: Morningside University Applied to Match: Family medicine (Jake) and general surgery (Joel)