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March 2, 2017

Study showing how bacteria gets into the lungs could help disease research

Robert Dickson, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, is the lead author of a new study that shows how bacteria gets into the lungs could help disease research. In addition to Dr. Robert Dickson, authors include John Erb-Downward, PhD, Christine Freeman, PhD, Lisa McCloskey, Nicole Falkowski, Gary Huffnagle, PhD, and Jeffrey Curtis, MD

February 23, 2017

Michigan Medicine Internal Medicine MVPs!

Congratulations to our department staff and faculty who were recognized as Michigan Medicine MVPs: Marty Frick (Pulm), Cheryl Glaser (Rheum), David Goldsmith Cohen, MD (CVM), Liz Vasher (Gen Med), and Brian Wu (Administration).

February 16, 2017

Dr. Brant Fries wins annual award for impact in healthcare policy and practice

Brant Fries, PhD, LLD (hc), Research Professor of the Institute of Gerontology and Professor of Health Management and Policy, a leader in the fields of healthcare policy and assessment methodology, has devoted his career to developing assessment measures to improve the care of vulnerable populations across a broad spectrum of healthcare

February 16, 2017

Dr. Monica Lypson selected as new Director of Medical and Dental Education

Monica Lypson, MD, MHPE, Professor of Internal Medicine and Professor of Learning Health Sciences, has recently been selected as the new Director of Medical and Dental Education for the Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA) within the Department of Veteran Affairs in Washington, DC.

February 9, 2017

Perspective on International Exchange and American Medicine

John M. Carethers, MD, John G. Searle Professor and Chair of Internal Medicine at Michigan Medicine, along with chairs and chiefs of academic departments of medicine at six other institutions, write a perspective piece on international exchange and American medicine.

January 18, 2017

Declining dementia rates - Is education a contributing factor?

Kenneth Langa, MD, PhD, Cyrus Sturgis Research Professor of Internal Medicine and Professor of Health Management and Policy discusses declining dementia rates and possible contributing factors in his interview on Michigan Radio.

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