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UNLV School of Medicine
Dr. David Orentlicher is examining the intersection between medicine and policy.
Director of Couple and Family Therapy Program will research intersection of technology and relationships in Austria.
UNLV School of Medicine student Lauren Hollifield was inspired by her experiences abroad to come back to Las Vegas to practice medicine.
From tragedy comes strength.
A collection of news stories from 2017 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
Here's a few tales from 2017 sure to make you smile.
Researchers in UNLV's Department of Surgery continue work on statewide database to quantify human and economic costs of vehicular injuries -- and to identify prevention opportunities.
This neurologist is passionate about helping children — and about improving the medical infrastructure in Southern Nevada.
Research finds that consuming encapsulated placentas has little to no effect on postpartum mood and maternal bonding; detectable changes shown in hormones.
UNLV Couple and Family Therapy program director offers strategies for when requests to pass the salt escalate into debates on passing tax and immigration reform.
Med student and community leader share a vision for a healthier Las Vegas.
This recent hire ensures that clinical research trials transfer to UNLV’s new School of Medicine smoothly.
Despite the spread misinformation, vaccines remain essential for children.
Addy Guida’s battle with cancer as a student-athlete inspired a new career path in medicine.
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Medicine In The News
With the arrival of the Golden Knights and the Oakland Raiders relocating to Southern Nevada in 2020, the spotlight will focus on Southern Nevada when it comes to sports medicine.
He’s as down-to-earth as they come. I met 53-year-old Benjamin Mays at the UNLV Medical School Clinic on Charleston. He was visiting its plastic surgery department.
UNLV reported a record year of fundraising for fiscal year 2017.
A year after Nevada health officials closed a taxpayer-funded home where mentally ill people lived in filthy conditions, a mental health clinic continued placing people there — until reporting by the Las Vegas Review-Journal prompted state regulators to shut it down again this week.
As a former nurse and hospital administrator, longtime Las Vegas resident Roman Reid saw firsthand how homelessness drains the health care system. That’s why Reid wants the Nevada Legislature to address the issue when it next convenes.