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University physicians say advances in treatment provide promising options.
This neuroscientist joined UNLV to discover how DNA contributes to disease development or prevention.
School of Medicine professor Dr. John Ham leads state's only organ transplant program.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman predicts progress in Las Vegas, courtesy of the UNLV School of Medicine and its founding dean.
Awards recognize those on campus who demonstrate a commitment to community partnership
UNLV research administrators on creating an environment to connect faculty from different disciplines.
Dr. Michael Gardner knows the impact that fostering a culture for excellence can have on a patient's care.
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.
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Medicine In The News
The turmoil surrounding UNLV President Len Jessup in recent weeks spilled directly into the university’s School of Medicine, where Dean Barbara Atkinson found herself facing uncertainty over whether she would be allowed to remain at the head of the school.
The founding dean of UNLV’s medical school will be on the job for at least another year.
Uncertainty over the leadership of the UNLV School of Medicine has been resolved, at least in the near-term.
Amphetamine death rates among Nevada residents lead the nation, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As someone who has lived and worked in both Las Vegas and Reno, is a graduate of UNR and is now a student at the UNLV School of Medicine, Sierra Kreamer-Hope has experienced the state’s north-south political tensions from both regions.