In The News: Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV


You are likely well aware of how to maintain a healthy body and functional mind – with a daily dose of exercise, a good nights’ sleep, and a balanced diet, right? – but what about the one topic you’ve been avoiding? The one that keeps resurfacing under the sheets that can hold you back from being intimate with yourself and others? When your sex drive is dwindling and you are unable to rise to the occasion, it can feel embarrassing and isolating, but you are not alone.

Becker's Orthopedic Review

All 12 Women's National Basketball Association teams have a team of trained orthopedic surgeons and physicians providing care for them.


If you haven't heard the terms autosexual or autoeroticism, you're not alone. These two sexual identities and their meanings are still relatively unknown and rarely discussed. But in recent years, there's been more representation of autosexuals who experience autoeroticism in mainstream media.


We're committed to digging deeper into the health care issues affecting our community. Here in southern Nevada, we face a major physician shortage. However, there's good news. The Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV is taking major steps toward bringing new doctors into the valley.


Increasing manmade and natural disasters require new thinking about the role of health care staff, effective triaging, community partnerships, and security.


Making health care more accessible for our under-served communities is the goal of a collaboration between the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV and Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada.

Nevada Business

A portion of the spin4 crohn’s & colitis cures event will support the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV to help expand resources for IBD patients in Southern Nevada.

Las Vegas Review Journal

It doesn’t appear on the calendar. There are no shopping days devoted to it. No one even remotely looks forward to its arrival. But for those afflicted by its wrath, allergy season is as real as any other time of year, bringing with it sneezes, runny noses and fatigue instead of glad tidings and good feelings.

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The next generation of life-saving physicians is one step closer to starting their journey. The Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV and Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine celebrated Match Day on Friday. Soon-to-be graduates awaited to find out where they will spend the next 3-7 years performing residencies in their specialties.

Las Vegas Review Journal

UNLV medical students learned where they will take the next step in their journey to become doctors. Medical schools across the country, including UNLV’s Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine, held their Match Day on Friday for the class of 2024. Medical students learned where they will go for their residency training for the next 3-7 years.


The Superbug, known for its resistance to anti-fungal medications has been found in elevated levels in our city's wastewater. Back in January, the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services reported the highest number of cases we have seen in Southern Nevada. We talked to the doctor who is leading waste water monitoring here in the valley to find out more about this alarming trend, along with patients hearing about the risks. 


Gaslighting is no longer a novelty, but there is now a new 'lighting' in the dating world: bluelighting. We already knew that the light from your television, smartphone or laptop is bad for your eyes, but your relationship can also suffer from all those screens. Glasses with a blue light filter won't help, but what will?