Once Edgar Samaniego, MD, starting working at UI Hospitals and Clinics as a neurologist in neurointerventional surgery, he saw the stark contrast in the resources compared with his home country of Ecuador. Here, he saw state-of-the-art Cath Labs, neuroimaging technology, medical equipment, and highly trained specialists—all severely lacking in Ecuador.
Two University of Iowa faculty have received Donald D. Dorfman Research Award prizes for their published papers on leukemia research.
A soon-to-be-published study by researchers from the Iowa Neuroscience Institute indicates that protecting nerve cells with a specific compound helps prevent memory and learning problems in lab animals.
Back-of-brain region key to frontal dysfunction tied to schizophrenia
A group of Carver College of Medicine students visited the Iowa state capitol to attend a hearing of the interim legislative study committee
In mice, the male brain is vulnerable and the female brain resilient to a genetic cause of autism
As Jean Robillard transitions from leadership role, colleagues reflect on a remarkable career.
Meet Katherine Gibson-Corley, comparative pathologist
Meet Sinyoung Kang, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesia
A molecule that prevents the immune system from attacking cancer may play a similar role with malaria