UNLV School of Medicine News
UNLV is creating a world-class center for medical education, patient care, and research that prepares Nevada’s doctors with the most innovative and technologically advanced forms of medical training while serving the health care needs of a diverse and urban population through community partnerships.
Current Medicine News
Charter class at School of Medicine starts moving into clinical training.
Lawyer Crane Pomerantz advises new doctors that there's more to being successful than practicing good medicine.
A collection of news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
The UNLV Medical School and its students have been among the beneficiaries.
The retired U.S. Senate majority leader discusses health care with the dean of UNLV’s medical school
Former UNLV President Don Snyder has played pivotal roles in many key Southern Nevada institutions, including the UNLV School of Medicine
Medicine In The News
On Monday, I met some very smart people.
Not long ago, I had the privilege of making my first visit to the new UNLV School of Medicine. It was immensely gratifying to witness firsthand the leadership, faculty and students embracing change — in the way medical students are taught and trained and in the school’s commitment to reimagining the way tomorrow’s physicians will care for their future patients.
At first, Maureen Kramer’s forgetfulness seemed like no big deal. She’d forget about plans made with her husband, Bill, and began relying on written directions to drive to familiar places.
Abraham Nagy, MD, chair of neurology at University of Las Vegas and director of Nevada Headache Institute discusses how better lifestyle choices can improve headaches.
As the bioethicist Johan C. Bester wrote in 2018: “The correct lens through which to view vaccination is moral obligation — we are obligated to provide children with protection against measles. Parents who have children eligible for vaccination are obligated to facilitate vaccination. Parents who have children that cannot receive vaccination are obligated to advocate for sufficient vaccine uptake in the general population. … Measles vaccination rightly belongs to the realm of parental obligation, a duty owed to the child and to society.”
A nationwide effort to better identify signs of dementia and assist those afflicted with it has made its way to the financial services space.