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Cerebellar stimulation restores missing brain wave in rats and corrects timing deficit “A beautiful, lobular structure,” is how Krystal Parker describes the cerebellum—a brain region located at the base of the skull just above the spinal column. The cerebellum is most commonly associated with...
Meet Ling Yang, PhD, assistant professor of anatomy and cell biology.
George Weiner, professor and director of Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Michael Voigt, clinical professor of internal medicine, comment on the Cancer in Iowa 2017 report released by the State Health Registry of Iowa. Read more in The Loop .
A very lucky rural Iowa community could land Shea and Michael Jorgensen as its new doctors in a few years. The couple graduate from the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine this year, will spend the next several years in residency training, and hope to practice in an...
Medical students graduating from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine gathered in the atrium of the college’s Medical Education and Research Facility (MERF) this morning, filled with anticipation as they waited to see where they would spend their residency.
In its 2018 edition of Best Graduate Schools , U.S. News and World Report has once again ranked the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine among the nation’s best medical schools . In addition, the news magazine ranks the college’s Departments of Physician Assistant...
On Friday, March 17, medical students from around the world will discover where they will be doing their residencies. Known as Match Day, this nation-wide event is the most highly anticipated day of the year for most medical students.
Meet Huxing Cui, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology.
A new study in rats suggests that nicotinamide riboside (NR), a form of vitamin B3, may be useful for treating or preventing nerve pain (neuropathy) caused by chemotherapy drugs.
Meet Kimberly Staffey, MD