Benjamin Wilson, 11, of Palatine, Ill., will serve as the Kid Captain for the Iowa v. Tennessee Tech football game on September 3.
Read how research, clinical care and education are being advanced at Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Thoracic surgeons at UI Hospitals and Clinics found amazing benefits when they altered pre- and post-surgical care of esophagectomy patients.
The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine will honor those whose donated bodies aided in the advancement of medical education and science in its annual memorial service for the Deeded Body Program.
Researchers studying pregnancy-related problems are turning to cord blood and tissue banking to help them find answers, patterns and new information regarding a wide variety of diseases in pregnancy.
Free heart screenings and a Q&A with heart health experts will be available from the UI Heart and Vascular Center on September 15.
Andrea Venteicher, MD recently received the 2011 Pfizer Teacher Development Award.
Becker's Hospital Review recently announced that its editors have
selected University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for recognition as one
of the publication's "60 Hospitals With Great Orthopedic Programs."
University of Iowa scientists have discovered a new role for a protein
that is mutated in Usher syndrome, one of the most common forms of
deaf-blindness in humans.
A University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics lab that specializes in
echocardiograph testing for heart disorders has received a three-year
reaccreditation from an independent national organization.
UI Children's Hospital doctor creates Facebook app to help teens keep up on their transplant medications.
The first person to receive a total artificial heart from UI Hospitals and Clinics was discharged August 9.
Using the latest DNA sequencing techniques, University of Iowa researchers have found a new genetic cause of the blinding eye disease retinitis pigmentosa.
Now is a great time to make sure your children’s immunizations are up-to-date.
Neuroscientists at the University of Iowa established a registry to
track and study traumatic brain injury, a condition that affects 1.7
million Americans each year.
Chadi Calarge, M.D., associate professor of psychiatry and a 2007
NARSAD Young Investigator, was chosen from among leading young medical
scientists around the nation for the Klerman Award for Outstanding
The UI Women’s Health Center encourages all women to take time to celebrate the special women in their lives.