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June 7, 2018

Flu Shot Mandates for Health Workers Rising, Except at VAs

Todd Greene, MD, MPH, Assistant Research Scientist in Internal Medicine, is the lead author of a study that finds a rapid rise in the percentage of hospitals that require the vaccine, except among Veterans Affairs hospitals.

June 5, 2018

Making Big Data Work for Better Heart Health

Hamid Ghanbari, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, leads project that will use data science and analytic methods to improve the ability to detect atrial fibrillation earlier and more reliably.

May 29, 2018

Bacteria in Healthy Lungs Linked to Immunity

Robert Dickson, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, is the lead author of a recent study that finds that bacteria in healthy lungs may play an important role in helping ward off disease.

May 22, 2018

A Call for PrEP Push Against HIV

James Riddell, IV, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine, discusses how increased prescription of, and adherence to, the one tablet a day PrEP treatment can decrease the number of HIV transmissions.

May 21, 2018

ACG Institute Announces 2018 Research Awardees

The American College of Gastroenterology awards Megan Adams, MD, JD, MSc, with the Junior Faculty Development Grant and Stacy Menees, MD, MS, with the Clinical Research Award.

May 15, 2018

How Signals Get Inside Cancer Cells and Spur Aggressive Growth

Sofia Merajver, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine, and Joel Yates, PhD, Research Specialist in Internal Medicine, are co-authors of a recent study that explains how a crucial cancer gene impacts cell signaling to drive cancer growth.

April 26, 2018

Uninsured Struggle to Obtain, Afford Doctor Appointments

Jeffrey Kullgren, MD, MS, MPH, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, comments on a study that examines the likelihood of obtaining a primary care doctor appointment without health insurance and the ability to pay in full.