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Brandon and Nathaniel Johnson always knew they wanted to become doctors.
Destinee Gwee, fourth-year medical student in the Carver College of Medicine, has been described as the type of physician who will “run toward the fire” when it comes to challenging situations.
Sophia Williams-Perez, fourth-year student, Navy HPSP (Health Professions Scholarship Program) recipient, and student body president of the Carver College of Medicine, thought she knew which specialty to pursue when she first entered medical school.
Approximately 150 fourth-year medical students at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine will learn where they’ll be going for their residency training.
Four University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine faculty members have earned awards for their outstanding work in teaching and service.
Zoe Hildreth, a third-year medical student in the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, says she always knew she wanted to pursue a career in STEM. After earning her undergraduate degree, Hildreth was torn about how to use her talents to serve others.
The Iowa Neuroscience Institute has awarded two grants to support early-career faculty members pursuing research in Alzheimer’s disease and in in traumatic brain injury. Marco Hefti, MD, assistant professor of pathology, and Elizabeth Newell, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, will each receive $300,000 over two years to support their research.
In our ongoing series about the UI Health Care Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force, we spoke with Kanya Ferguson, MD, clinical associate professor of dermatology, and co-chair of the DEI Recruitment and Retention Committee.
How does the immune system function? When and how does the body respond to infections and diseases? Angela Pack, PhD, post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology is passionate about finding answers to immunology questions.
Edward A. Carter became the first Black graduate of the State University of Iowa College of Medicine, as the institution was known at the time. Carter was known to treat both white and Black patients.