Posted April 28, 2016
A panel of University of Iowa Health Care specialists will present Get Your Quality of Life Back, a seminar on erectile dysfunction (ED) at UI Health Care—Iowa River Landing from 7 to 8 p.m. tonight.
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine students will engage parents and kids in interactive STEM activities at the Hoover Elementary Title 1 Science Night in Cedar Rapids this evening. On Friday, April 29, the students will visit the 6th grade classroom at Prairie Creek Intermediate in Cedar Rapids, and the JB Young Intermediate GEAR UP group will be on campus for a STEM education experience.
Mini Med School
The three-week UI Carver College of Medicine’s Mini Medical School series, On the Brain: Breakthroughs in Neuroscience at Iowa, continues on Tuesday, May 3.
New data shows assisted reproductive technologies (ART), including in vitro fertilization (IVF), are becoming more effective and safer for mothers and babies. Nationally, 78 percent of births from ART cycles are now singletons.
UI Health Care researchers invite adults ages 18 and older who are currently experiencing major depression to participate in a research study evaluating the relationship between the immune system, toxoplasmosis (a common parasite found in the general population), and suicidality in individuals experiencing major depression.Tom Moore