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The Presidential Lecture Series provides an opportunity for distinguished faculty members to present significant aspects of their work to the greater university community and general public. The lecture series will focus on “The University of Iowa at 175: Proud Legacy, Promising Future.”
At a time when the omicron surge is dominating the news cycle and affecting day-to-day activities, University of Iowa Health Care scientists continue to make discoveries that advance our understanding and treatment of other health conditions.
Artificially stimulating heart rate protects the heart from injury, reproducing a key benefit of exercise, according to a new University of Iowa study.
UI Team develops new gene expression technology and will enable better modeling of diseases, especially for neurodegenerative diseases.
Two early-career scientists have each been awarded a one-year, $30,000 American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant through Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at the UI.
A study by Lane Strathearn, MD, PhD, adds to evidence that childhood adversity can increase the risk for many chronic physical and mental health problems that last into adulthood.
Join fellow alumni and friends of the UI Carver College of Medicine, UI College of Dentistry, and UI College of Nursing for a special Citrus Bowl pre-game reception! Connect with health sciences classmates, current students, and friends, and let’s cheer on the Hawkeyes!
Frida Teran receives the 2021 Maria Cano Martinez Service Award. This scholarship was established to promote understanding and the study of Chicanx/Latinx issues by providing funds, annually, for a student who promotes understanding through scholarly activity or working with Chicanx/Latinx organization on campus or in the community.
Feranmi Okanlami, MD, MS will deliver the Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Lecture during the 2022 UI Health Care Human Rights Week celebration.
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine student Ben Walker has earned the highest score among his classmates on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 exam.