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Krystal Parker, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, received a five-year, $2.1 million National Institute of Mental Health grant to study the cerebellum and its role in cognitive function.
New research finds access to pain relief during labor may vary in the United States depending on where you live.
In its 2019 rankings of “Best Employers for Diversity,” Forbes ranked UI Health Care No. 24 overall among 500 large employers nationwide and No. 2 in its Healthcare & Social category.
A leader in medical research and higher education, Raynard S. Kington, MD, president of Grinnell College, will deliver the Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Lecture at noon Wednesday, Jan. 23 in the Prem Sahai Auditorium, Room 1110 in the Medical Education Research Facility.
Get to know current PhD student Chandra Maharjan and why he decided to come to the University of Iowa.
Get to know Internal Medicine resident Alissa Kauffman, MD, and why she decided to continue her medical education at the University of Iowa.
A new study, led by Daniel Livorsi, MD, University of Iowa assistant professor of internal medicine, suggests that antibiotics are being overused in up to 50 percent of patients undergoing common urological procedures.
UI researchers led by Sam Young, PhD, used innovative technologies to determine how the strength of information flow in the brain is controlled.
“We asked our current and past patients for their input, and their generous feedback allowed us to create this beautiful new unit that we can truly call patient-centered,” says Margarita Magalhaes-Silverman, MD, director of the UI Blood and Marrow Transplant Program.