Rural Health Care Education Interest Group working to reach out to rural providers.
Family of physicians sparks early interest in health care.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
Drug that transforms immune system may predict motor improvement.
Kevin Garvin, M.D., will serve in national leadership role in 2017-2018.
Vicki Wheelock, M.D., director of the HDSA Center of Excellence at the University of California Davis Medical Center, will be the keynote speaker.
Dr. Gold talks with Babu Guda, Ph.D., director of UNMC's Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Core, about precision medicine and the use of personal genome information to create targeted cancer therapies.
Oscar-nominated film for best picture will be shown on campus March 30.
Claims must be submitted to WageWorks by March 31 in order to receive reimbursement.
Network is a collaborative effort to reach out to medically underserved populations and transform health delivery and outcomes in the Great Plains region.
Shannon Perich of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History will speak on campus today.
University's focus includes initiatives and programs to embrace diversity, increase engagement and value inclusivity.
Blackboard system will be retired as of July 1, 2018.
C-Store will return to regular hours March 27.
Updated LiveGreen website makes finding information easier, quicker.
One-on-one consultations available by appointment.
Speaker Carol Bernstein, M.D., highlighted ways to avoid burnout at Feb. 28 event.
Toby Jurovics of the Joslyn Art Museum will present an illustrated overview of the exhibition "Wild Spaces, Open Seasons."
Deadline for proposal submission is April 1.
The office will reopen on Friday.
His clinical experiences solidified Jacob Wardyn's choice of specialty.
Drop-in reception will be held on March 22.
Fund-raising concert for Graduates & Professionals Representing Achievement Diversity and Service group set for Saturday.
News and notes from around the UNMC community.
Noon concert is part of "Music as Medicine" series.
College of Dentistry staffer happy to help patients, colleagues.
Students receive their matches at 11 a.m. Friday.
Forum will be held May 11-12, and abstracts are due April 12.
Registration now open for TIAA meetings to be held on campus April 11 and 12.
February reception marked UNMC's appreciation for the city's support of the Global Center for Advanced Interprofessional Learning.
Personal electronic recycling, paper shredding and Re-Purpose It Contest return.
"The River at Dawn" was created by artist Daniel Goldstein for the Health Science Education Complex in Kearney.
Shannon Perich of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History will speak on campus March 22.
Dr. Gold talks with Aileen Warren, assistant vice chancellor for human resources, about an event on March 16 featuring Natalie Burke, president and CEO of CommonHealth Action.
All employees will soon be asked to take their trash and recyclables to a main waste and recycling receptacle.
Abbey Fingeret, M.D., will lead the discussion at the March 21 Olson Center Brown Bag event.
Physicians from St. Paul Hospital in Hanoi spent two months at med center.
Presentation will be March 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Truhlsen Events Center.
Discussion will focus on enabling technology for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Study will identify new ways for the library to develop and organize information on website.
College of Public Health's Athena Ramos and College of Allied Health Professions' Greg Karst, Ph.D., join new program.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
Faculty will be recognized at April 20 event.
Her mother inspired Stevenson to become a registered nurse.
Omaha Chamber Music Society trio will perform.
Trust has a longtime relationship with the College of Allied Health Professions.
Campus invited to March 14 event.
UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., talks with Jonathon Sikorski, Ph.D., new campus director of wellness education.
The CQuence Distinguished Professorship for Innovation in Health Care is the College of Allied Health Professions' sixth endowed, named professorship.
A $1.7 million grant from the Department of Defense may push a new treatment for acute spinal injuries closer to FDA approval.
OneIT organization will better meet the university's needs, reduce costs and increase efficiency.
Registration now open for event, which is sponsored by UNMC and Nebraska Medicine.
Zipcars, relocated to 42nd and Farnam streets, available to UNMC community.
Maureen O'Donnell of Arbor Family Counseling to visit campus March 22.
Chancellor Gold talks with Jennifer Larsen, M.D., vice chancellor for research, about UNMC's outstanding rankings in terms of research funding from the National Institutes of Health.
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine participate in fundraising events to help further the missions of many nonprofit organizations.
Speaker will discuss the language of privilege and oppression.
College of Allied Health Professions earns fifth consecutive five-year renewal of Department of Defense contract.
Westside senior hopes for a career in dentistry.
More than 14,500 students have graduated since the "University of Nebraska School for Nurses" began in 1917.
New and notes from the UNMC community.
Ali S. Khan, M.D., M.P.H., dean of the UNMC College of Public Health, and Sharon Medcalf, Ph.D., director of the Center for Biosecurity, Biopreparedness and Emerging Infectious Diseases, were invited to attend the workshop.
IT security staffer has been at UNMC for 45 years and will be retiring next month.
Discounts are available for this Friday and March 9.
Dr. Bernstein discusses some of the topics covered during this week's well-being symposium.
Consortium will include more than 700 colleges, universities, hospitals and other agencies and will provide a wide range of HR services.
NU leaders, supporters meet with the legislature's Appropriations Committee.
To mark Nebraska's sesquicentennial, a look at George Miller, M.D.
Promotional code can be used for performances throughout 2016-17 season.
Nebraska senator calls UNMC pivotal to the state.