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
Lessons learned from her brother, Michael, prompted Dr. Kate Martin to develop an Honors College course that will urge students to consider the needs of those with differences.
As summer heats up, so do the accomplishments on UNLV’s campus.
Endocrinologist discusses link between diabetes and COVID-19.
Students begin their medical school studies despite COVID-19.
A two-hour procedure performed by Dr. Annabel Barber of the UNLV School of Medicine dramatically improved patient Joan Anderson’s life.
Toyokazu “Chris” Endo plans to feed his appetite for service by becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon.
Medicine In The News
In addition to the already rigorous requirements of medical training, current medical students are facing unprecedented challenges as they continue to meet the demands of medical school overcast by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With no signs of the COVID-19 pandemic receding anytime soon, further difficulties can be seen on the horizon with the flu season approaching.
For a moment, let’s imagine Las Vegas as the premier city for health care in the U.S.
If the past six months have thrown your sexual relationships into stark relief, you’re not alone. A study of nearly 900 British adults by Anglia Ruskin University and Ulster University in May found that only 39.9 per cent had taken part in any form of sexual activity in the previous seven days.
State lawmakers have yet to vote on Senate Bill 4, which is one of the most controversial proposals introduced during the special session. Senate Bill 4 will prevent people from suing businesses, non-profits, and government agencies if they contract COVID-19 in their establishment.
A UNLV School of Medicine professor is helping lead a team in a new study of firearm injuries.