Meet William Rockey, MD, PHD, a Clinical Associate Professor serving as a radiation oncologist who specializes in radiology oncology.
Bruno Policeni, MD, MBA, vice chair for education in the Carver College of Medicine, has been selected to serve as a member of the Radiology Review Committee (RRC) for the American Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Alexandra Petrucci, a UI neuroscience graduate student, has received a predoctoral research fellowship award from the American Epilepsy Society (AES).
A University of Iowa research team, led by Michael Shy, MD, has demonstrated a link between copper deficiency in cells and Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease (CMT), a group of inherited disorders that affect the peripheral nervous system (PNS).
The culture and the hospitality of people here is really great. I remember someone knocked on our door when we first moved here and they had a cake to give us just for moving in! I have lived in other areas where if you get a knock on the door at night you call 911, but in Iowa, they bring cake.
Throughout my training at the University of Iowa I was impressed by the institution’s dedication to providing high quality health care. The vision to make a difference in the quality of life and health for generations in Iowa and around the world really resonates with me.
You know that phase that every little kid goes through around age four or five, where they want to be a doctor (usually a pediatrician) when they grow up? Well, I just never recovered from that phase.
It has been very exciting to continue our tradition of outstanding clinical care for children with epilepsy and other neurological disorders and to mentor and support young physician-scientists who are leading the way toward a better understanding of disease and toward new treatments.
Get to know what current PhD student Alex Rouault is accomplishing at the University of Iowa.
Ferhaan Ahmad, MD, PhD, associate professor of internal medicine, led the group that wrote the American Heart Association's recent recommendation to create clinical programs that take advantage of the latest genetic testing available to better understand how certain heart conditions are inherited and improve patient care.