UNMC's Ebola treatment team leans upon expertise of Shawn Gibbs, Ph.D., and John Lowe, Ph.D.
Here are the reasons to avoid plastic water bottles.
Lunch discussion will examine Hepburn's position as a fashion icon.
College of Nursing teams with community colleges to enhance RN to BSN track.
Elective rotations have jumped more than 600 percent since 2011-12.
Dr. Wagner's research explores the function of genes that play a role in the development of breast and pancreatic cancer.
School of Allied Health Professions' assistant professor is now president of the Physician Assistant Education Association.
Longtime UNMC supporter will be inducted at Feb. 5 event.
Names will be accepted until March 13 for awards ceremony on April 23.
First chairman of pharmacology was acknowledged as a superlative teacher.
Dr. Band's research aims to improve therapeutic approaches to diseases such as cancer and autoimmunity.
One-on-one sessions are available this week and throughout February.
UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., talks with the Munroe-Meyer Institute's Kim Bainbridge about the fundraiser.
The Mavericks play second-ranked North Dakota this weekend.
UNMC joins more than 300 institutions and networks that react rapidly to outbreaks of international importance.
Potential shared facility in Lincoln discussed for UNL University Health Center, UNMC College of Nursing.
Chemical and Biological Science and Technology Conference requesting abstracts by Jan. 30.
Gov. Pete Ricketts proposed a 3 percent increase in state funding for the University of Nebraska in each year of the biennium.
Dr. Singh's research examines metabolic alterations in cancer cells.
Staff from Midwest radio chain meet with center leaders.
Public health program lets student focus on "big picture" health issues.
News and notes from around the UNMC community.
Findings show organ transplant patients fare better than non-transplant patients in battling the infection.
Durham Museum will preview its new exhibition, "This May Hurt a Bit: Medicine in Old Omaha," on campus today.
Series offers information on career development, networking.
School of Allied Health Professions staffer helps physical therapy division run smoothly.
Dr. Smith is at the national forefront of Ebola treatment, education and research.
Dr. Gorantla studies translational mouse models to develop therapeutic strategies and vaccines for HIV.
Gift established the Paul Kamrath Memorial Fund.
Skate-a-thon proceeds help fund promising Parkinson's disease research project.
"Good Morning America" journalist will be the guest of honor at the March 21 gala.
Philip Smith, M.D., was the guest of Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse at President Obama's Tuesday address.
Dr. Poole's research examines how occupational/environmental organic dusts cause airway inflammatory diseases.
Drive offers "three plus one" deals.
Dr. Green joins the faculty of the Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer and Allied Diseases.
Papillion-La Vista junior hopes to return to UNMC as a nursing student.
Dr. Jacob Denise, surgeon for an Ohio regiment, later made his mark in Omaha.
Barbara Knuth, Ph.D., will speak on campus Thursday.
UNMC community invited to Feb. 7 preview of the new exhibition, "American Moderns."
Using automatic doors is a waste of energy.
Kristin Rooney, M.D., will be featured at January's Olson Center Brown Bag Luncheon.
Dr. Alnouti's research focuses on how drug molecules move inside the body.
Survey answers are anonymous and will help gauge diversity climate across campus.
Durham Museum will preview its new exhibition, "This May Hurt a Bit: Medicine in Old Omaha," on campus Thursday.
Rev. Darryl Eure will speak at noon presentation.
Mail operations will be suspended after the 11 a.m. delivery on Jan. 23 and resume operations on Jan. 26.
Dr. Wang's research focus is on metastasis in colon cancer.
Process will culminate in a site visit in late 2016 or early 2017.
Campus is invited to Tuesday event.
Bellevue event trained more than 70 in CPR.
Sharon Medcalf, co-director of the Center for Biosecurity, Biopreparedness and Emerging Infectious Diseases, will speak on Ebola.
Dr. Datta's research explores the metastatic progression of cancer.
Nursing student wants to offer compassionate helping hand to patients and family members.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
Music as Medicine event begins at noon.
Dr. Leibowitz has been director of the Munroe-Meyer Institute since 2009.
Psychiatry administrator has witnessed UNMC's commitment to excellence from many angles.
Dr. Oupicky's research centers on developing nanomaterials and technologies to improve drug delivery.
Click on this link and vote to support MMI in this project.
Former member of the Munroe-Meyer Institute's board of directors called "the ultimate advocate."
Submit proposals by Feb. 1 for consideration to participate in the April event.
Dr. Guda's research involves developing computational methods to more effectively sift through research data.
Dr. DeSouza's research centers on diabetes and insulin resistance.
Session will be live streamed on the day of the event.
CEO Bill Dinsmoor says med center is ready.
Lunch vendor will still serve on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Project Purple seeking runners to join its fund-raising team.
Board of Regents approved Dr. Bounds' selection Monday.
Little Free Library is accepting book donations.
Dr. Islam's research focuses on patient-centered outcomes.
Dr. Osna's research explores the role of both hepatitis C and alcohol in the reduction of immune protection against viral infection.
Durham Museum will preview its new exhibition, "This May Hurt a Bit: Medicine in Old Omaha," on campus Jan. 22.
Dr. Gnarra helped found Camp CoHoLo for children battling cancer and blood disorders.
Event also will feature poetry reading by local spoken word artist Felicia Webster.
Dr. Dong's research explores signaling pathways for cancer tumors.
Annual event will raise money for Parkinson's research
Prestigious Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement designation recognizes six decades of service.
This year's festival will be held from April 10 to 18.
College of Public Health is hosting third annual event.
Dr. Bhakat's research targets lung cancer treatment.
Seven organizations that aid children and adults with disabilities receive awards.
The Nebraska Department of Administrative Services sets new mileage rate for new year.
A football injury led medical student into the health care field.
Project will position the University of Nebraska as a leader in key areas of research and development.
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine will share uniform look.
Communication is key for security dispatcher.
Dr. Boesen's research focuses on kidney function and kidney-related diseases.
Consummate gentleman, facilitator helped transform pediatric care in Nebraska as College of Medicine dean.
Next free performance is Jan. 15.
The event supports the Thursday evening recreational therapy program at the Munroe-Meyer Institute.
Career development and networking series begins in February.
Dr. Teoh-Fitzgerald researches the role of antioxidant enzymes and oxidative stress in cancer.
One-on-one sessions are available.
David W. Mercer, M.D., Chandra Are, M.B.B.S., and Michael Wadman, M.D., will take part in presentation.
You may be surprised at some of the uses for old Christmas trees.
Associate professor at MMI lauds his "spectacular" collaborators as integral to his research.
Nebraska Department of Administrative Services sets new rate for new year.
Jill Poole, M.D., and Aaron Yoder, Ph.D., will team for the next Science Cafe.
Gold Humanism Honor Society will induct first UNMC students in April.
Dr. Young's research aims to help older adults living with chronic conditions.
Dr. Mishra's research centers on the underlying mechanisms that cause heart failure, especially in diabetics.
Colleagues encouraged to call 559-5111 for a safe ride to their car.
Event will be held March 5 at the CenturyLink Center.