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A chemotherapy regimen developed at the University of Iowa for the treatment of high-risk cases of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) has shown promising signs of effectiveness and tolerability at a time when urologic oncologists are in dire need of an alternative to the drug that is used as the standard treatment, which is in short supply worldwide.
With sophisticated printers and experts in design and engineering, Protostudios is helping physicians and staff solve unmet health care needs.
Brooks Jackson, MD, MBA, led University of Iowa Health Care through a time of major expansion, quickly modified operations in response to an unprecedented pandemic, and consistently prioritized faculty and student achievement and scholarship.
To help diversify the medical field, the Carver College of Medicine is helping students underrepresented in medicine maximize their potential with the tools, resources, and mentorship to be successful.
The winners of the 2022 University of Iowa Physicians (UIP) Clinical Awards were presented at a special ceremony held online and at the UI Urmila Sahai Auditorium.
Robert Roghair, MD, reflects on the value of mentorship this National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
The University of Iowa is temporarily suspending its search for a new vice president for medical affairs (VPMA) and dean of the Carver College of Medicine.
A new UI study shows how cells around the submucosal glands "squeeze" in response to a chemical produced by bacteria and inflammatory cells, a finding that could better our understanding of the mechanisms of cystic fibrosis.
A new study led by researchers with University of Iowa Health Care links the location of brain injury to levels of depression in patients following the injury has identified two distinct brain networks; one associated with increased depression symptoms and one associated with decreased depression symptoms.
Emily Parker, a fourth-year medical student from Johnston, Iowa, didn’t anticipate developing a passion for research during medical school. However, her experience playing Division I women’s basketball at the College of the Holy Cross and while navigating injuries piqued her interest in sports medicine.