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With the stamina of a triathlete, Kimberly Case-Nichols manages the logistics of clinic consolidations and facility expansions at the UNLV Medical School.
A married team of UNLV surgeons helps alumna prevent cancer and recover from the life-changing and potentially life-saving surgery.
Intricate plastic surgeries improve patients’ lives.
Class project opens eyes of School of Medicine students to obstacles faced by some valley residents.
Kris Engelstad McGarry and the Engelstad Family Foundation are helping make the dreams of dozens of UNLV School of Medicine students come true.
A national study on simulation training is changing how obstetrics and gynecology practitioners learn to perform surgeries.
A round up of news briefs from the fall 2018 issue of UNLV Magazine.
In the last two years, two UNLV faculty members and four students have visited various parts of the world to study, teach, and foster international goodwill as part of the prestigious Fulbright Program.
Clinical Translational Research Infrastructure Network to expand research capacity at UNLV and 12 partner institutions with the aim of improving the health of residents.
The first colorectal surgeon to practice in Nevada says that teaching is what keeps him young.
A member of the UNLV School of Medicine's inaugural class reflects on past adversities that led to success.
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There’s simply no one more knowledgeable about how to get a medical school off and running than Paul Umbach, who has provided consultancy for 20 of the 30 med schools that have been launched in the U.S. since 2005.
The Southern Nevada Health District received notification from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming the first case of Acute Flaccid Myelitis in a child in Clark County.
A two-phase plan to build out the UNLV Medical School was created as a way to move the school forward, but it could become a major setback that turns off donors and results in a half-finished, lackluster institution.