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At Mott, the spirit of Valentine’s Day is in the cards

February 14, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAsTSOfnpSA Social media users from around the globe are giving Michigan Medicine’s Little Victors a Valentine’s Day filled with love. This past week, more than 95,000 Facebook users “signed” and sent…

Medical School graduate confirmed to cabinet post

February 10, 2017

U-M Medical School graduate and former U.S. Rep. Tom Price, M.D., was recently confirmed as the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services. The U.S. Senate voted to confirm Price in his new role early Friday morning.

Organization to host Joint Commission Medication Compounding certification visit

February 10, 2017

Michigan Medicine is hosting The Joint Commission for its first Medication Compounding certification visit. The visit is occurring through Friday, Feb. 17. Two surveyors are involved in the survey and will be visiting all sites that compound — hospitals, clinics and home care. If you have any questions, call Brian Callahan at 734-615-8368.

Capitol Hill briefing puts spotlight on insurance research

February 9, 2017

As Congress debates the next steps in national health policy, a briefing organized by…

Food Allergy Research takes strides to build a leading center

February 9, 2017

The Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center — or MHWFAC — at the U-M Medical School had an eventful year focused on building an internationally-recognized food allergy research program. The aim…

Organization to host Joint Commission Medication Compounding certification visit

February 8, 2017

Next week, Michigan Medicine will be hosting The Joint Commission for its first Medication Compounding certification visit. The visit will occur from Wednesday, Feb. 15 until Friday, Feb. 17. Two surveyors will be involved in the survey and they will be visiting all sites that compound — hospitals, clinics and home care. If you have any questions, call Brian Callahan at 734-615-8368.

U-M Innovation Co+Lab connects students, families and health community

January 27, 2017

It’s not the typical type of “lab” you may expect at U-M. In this lab, students and software designers meet caregivers and patient families for one goal: to design the best health technologies to help patients. U-M’s new Lenovo + HealthDesignBy.Us Innovation Co+Lab aims to inspire and support young entrepreneurs to develop innovative health products and services. The new initiative, led by U-M's C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and several campus groups, is funded by a $300,000, three-year grant from multinational technology company Lenovo. The lab kicks off its first event on Friday, Jan. 27 with presentations featuring projects focused on health, design…

Fixing a tiny heart

January 24, 2017

When Fiona Linn came to Michigan Medicine for a prenatal ultrasound last year, she expected…

Wolverine Caucus: 3D Miracles in Medicine

January 23, 2017

Miracles continue at Michigan Medicine, where the University of Michigan is using 3D printing to aid patients receiving customized medical implants and applications and where 3D printed tracheal splints have also helped to save the lives of infants and young children.Drs. Chris Dickinson, Glenn Green, and Kyle VanKoevering will describe the advanced innovative programs at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and the VonVoigtlander Women’s Hospital, that serve the residents of Michigan and beyond. Also, by combining a state-of-the-art children’s hospital with a women’s birthing hospital, specialists in surgery, pediatrics, anesthesia, and obstetrics are brought together to help…